To allow for more flexibility in creating score sheets, Bonfire provides the ability to create 3 different Criteria Types:
- Rated (Scale/Input)
You can add Criteria by clicking on the corresponding Manage button. Here is an overview of what the different Criteria types look like in the Manage Criteria modal:
Let's have a closer look at each Criteria Type
1. Pass/Fail criteria are not assigned any weighting. They are typically used to score signed forms, insurance proof, etc. Please note that scoring Pass/Fail criteria with a Fail does not automatically disqualify a submission.
Here is what Pass/Fail criteria looks like from the Evaluator's point of view:
2. Rated criteria is the most common and representative of typical weighted criteria. There are 2 different kinds of Rated Criteria.
- 2a. Rated Scale criteria is scored by selecting integers from 0-10 (other scoring options are available) and can be assigned a weighting specific to the criteria. For example "Team Experience" can be a Rated Scale criteria with a weighting of 30 points to be scored out of 10. Each reviewer would score the criteria out of 10. Bonfire will then tally up all the scores based on each score and the criteria weight in the Scoring Summary.
Here is what Rated Scale criteria looks like from the Evaluator's point of view:
- 2b. Rated Input criteria are similar to the Rated Scale criteria above. These criteria are assigned a point weight, however they are not scored based on a rubric like the Rated Scale criteria. Rated Input criteria are scored by entering any value (integer or decimal) from 0 up to the point weighting assigned to the criteria. For example if "Team Experience" was given a weight of 30 points, the evaluator can enter a score of 29, 15.5, or any other value between 0 and 30.
Here is what Rated Input criteria looks like from the Evaluator's point of view:
3. Pricing Criteria allows the evaluator to enter in the price provided by the vendor directly into the Scoring Sheet. Bonfire then automatically calculates the score associated with the price based on the pricing provided by all vendors. The lowest price receives the highest score, the 2nd lowest price receives the 2nd highest score and so forth. The scores are assigned proportionally based on the lowest price. The formula used to score pricing follows:
Score = (Lowest Cost / Cost Being Evaluated) X Pricing Criteria Weight
Here is what Pricing criteria looks like from the Evaluator's point of view:
For more information, see Criteria Groups.
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