Tendering Process

Posted by admin on  January 30, 2020

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Category: Tender Tips
The tendering process for any tender normally has the same structure. The tendering process itself usually consists of the following: Pursuit Planning/Future Opportunity Smart businesses are those whom do their utmost to prepare for any future opportunities that are likely to be released in the near future. To prepare for this, pursuit planning is a strategy that determines how the business can position itself before a tender is released. A common line of thought when

NT Government Tenders

Posted by admin on  January 30, 2020

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Category: Tender Tips
If you’re located in the Northern Territory and would like to see the local NT government tenders on offer, the best place to look is https://tendersonline.nt.gov.au/Tender/List/#!/Current Like most other government tender portals in Australia,  the NT Government Quotations and Tenders Online portal is accessible and well structured. For the most part, tenders issued through this portal usually require electronic submission. You can use the tenders & quotes tab at the top left to review current,

Tender Contracts

Posted by admin on  January 28, 2020

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Category: Tender Tips
For some tenders, you’ll notice that a Master Services Agreement (MSA) or Draft Contract has been included in the set of documents provided. MSA/Draft Contract A draft contract is the first opportunity to closely look at how a potential client does business. A contract with mostly reasonable and standard contract clauses gives the impression that the work required is also standard and that the client has down-to-earth expectations. These sort of contracts exist in the

Bid Manager

Posted by admin on  January 20, 2020

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Category: Tender Tips
The role of a bid manager can vary depending on the industry and how your organisation interprets the role itself. The main difference between a bid coordinator and a bid manager usually comes down to strategic input and experience. A bid coordinator will simply organise and put together everyone’s content in a cohesive and attractive package. However, they’ll do so at someone else’s direction. And that person tends to be the bid manager. In some

Bid Coordinator

Posted by admin on  January 14, 2020

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Category: Tender Tips
If you’re ever been interested in working in ‘bids’, then the bid coordinator role is the perfect place to get your feet wet when it comes to tendering. Bid coordinators are found across numerous industries, ranging from cleaning to engineering, law, medicine and countless others. Coordinators are usually tasked with the grunt work of putting together a tender response or bid. The work itself usually involves: Reviewing the tenderSetting up meetings with the assigned teamAssigning