Typical Tendering Process for Government Contracts

Posted on Apr 21, 2016 by Kelvin

Finding your way through tenders can help you to win BIG purchases, but it can be time consuming, cost money and place valuable resources. As a result you would have to weigh up whether or not a tender may be worth bidding for.

This document can be used as a recommendation when preparing for a tender.


Facts to consider:


Analyse the bid documents carefully

Make sure you can match the skill and experience requirements

Approximate the costs involved, and whether you would make enough money to make a case for it

Would the work match your strategy and positioning for your business

Assess how the agreement would affect other work, staffing and ability to take on new business

Tend not to misrepresentations or false statements in your bid, remember it is a legal record and so enforceable by rules

Enquire about the offer

Find out just what the client wants:

Focus on what the client is asking for, if you have queries contact the client, which also helps to build a relationship before the tender file it submitted.


How to Manage your Bid:

Make a decision:


Who gathers information and does research

Who co-ordinates all the material you will need

Who writes the sea breezes

Who checks them

Vital Rules for your Sensitive Document:


Talk about the clients needs and how YOU can contribute, show that you have the skills and experience to fulfill the clients requirements

Help the client by coming up with ideas

Consider including some safety of your information, you may wish to suggest which information you consider to become trade secret. You may want to incorporate a non-disclosure agreement.

Show you have resources to hold out the contract and a feasible, affordable way to meet the patient's needs. Make deadlines and respond positively to changing situations.

Give details of your team, emphasise talents. Highlight successes with similar projects as well as qualifications and experience.

Guarantee that you match the tender specification:


State goal and origin of the bid

Summarise your work, past experience and experience for the proposed soft

Explain how you will carry out the work clarifying when and how the client's aims will be achieved

 Give a plan of when services will be delivered

Explain how you will manage the task

Give details of your prices

Be functional - Identify potential problems

Writing a tender:


Tenders can be found online - miningreview. com

Get hold of a copy of the tender - Please contact: publisher@spintelligent. com

Decide whether or not you are well suited for the project - read the tender doc carefully and familiarise yourself with situations of tendering, conditions of the long term contract and all requirements

Doing your tender forms - Ensure that you have completed all the necessary fields in the file and have the relevant supporting documents attached

Retain your tender is shipped in time! Late submissions are not usually considered.

Help and advice on editing your young:


Pay attention to the presentation; invest some time working on the format.

Determine a typeface, layout and type size - stay with this format throughout the complete doc.

Use appendices for promoting documentation

Include an articles page

Number paragraphs so material can be easily located

Check the documents, get a colleague to read through it for meaning, typing errors and omissions

Include a masking letter that responds to the bid invitation which emphasises your main communication and explains the record order.

For more information, contact Tengence here or check them out here: www.tengence.com.sg

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