Not properly an issue... As noted, the Vocabulary should be simpler and flexible enough to be used outside the e-Procurement domain. The Criteria - Evidence matching is part of Decision Making processes Apart form the common Criteria framework, I have found the following example of a Decision Ontology It is inthe proposal form and there may be some issues there, but IMHO it is worth a look and the inclusion among the examples:
The Decision ontology proposal
and the Ontology pattern for the "Criterion" concepthttp://ontologydesignpatterns.org/wiki/Submissions:Criterion The "Evidences" are resources that support the assessment of the effective fulfillment of a criterion by some Entity. We can describe Evidences (resources) with Dublin core metadata and with the Resource Description Framework (RDF) and based on a Criterion ontology it is not difficult to produce a simple model where evidences cover some Criterion fulfillment principle (completely or partially).