Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Form 10-Q is a quarterly report that the SEC requires be filed by publicly traded corporations. The requirements for SEC Form 10-Q, including its submission, may be found here: https://www.sec.gov/files/form10-q.pdf.
As part of the Part 1 Proposal, Bidders are required to provide financial information for the Entity on whose financial standing a Bidder relies, including quarterly financial information. If available, the SEC Form 10-Q should be submitted to fulfil this requirement. If the SEC Form 10-Q is unavailable, the most recent quarterly or monthly financial data must be accompanied by an attestation by an officer of the Entity that the information submitted fairly presents in all material respects the financial condition and results of the operations of the Entity. The requirements for this attestation are more specifically provided in the Appendix of the RFP Rules prepared for this purpose. If the SEC Form 10-Q is unavailable, the Bidder must also either provide a review report from an independent accountant for the most recent quarterly or monthly financial data submitted or state that such a report is not available.