Leaving aside marine uses of this acronym (Sea Date Required to Load), a SDRL is a Data/Document Requirements List for a Supplier, Subcontract, or Subcontractor. Pretty much all the same thing: data deliverables under a contract.
See also Contract Data Requirements List.
Meeting all mandatory requirements.
It sure sounds simple. Is there a problem?
This is a bit muddled, but the basics are clear enough: clients write “statements” that describe what they want (that is, the Work). These more-or-less comprehensive lists of what the client wants to contract for (services, products, data, reports, processes, standards) range from high-level, conceptual documents down to highly detailed specifications. Continue reading
Submission mandatories are documents that must be present, or conditions that must be met, for the proposal to proceed to the technical evaluation stage. Continue reading