HPCL Tenders

HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LIMITED invite tenders for Consultancy Services For Roof Top Solar Systems At Hpcl Scz

Document Type : Tender Notice
Bidding Type : Domestic Competitive Bidding
Project Location : Telangana, India
Deadline : 14 Jul 2017

HPCL Roof Top Solar Systems Tenders

HPCL Roof Top Solar Systems Tenders


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Optical Fibre Cable tenders

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited invite tenders for optical fibre cable construction works in Ludhiana Sdca

Document Type : Tender Notice
Bidding Type : Domestic Competitive Bidding
Project Location : Punjab, India
Deadline : 13 Jul 2017

Optical Fiber Cable Tenders

Optical Fiber Cable Tenders


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Ministry tenders

Ministry of Defence (ARMY) invite tenders for procurement Of CCTV Surveillance Systems for offices of integrated headquarters of Ministry Of Defence (Army) located at Delhi / New Delhi

Document Type : Tender Notice
Bidding Type : Domestic Competitive Bidding
Project Location : Delhi, India
Deadline : 19 June 2017

Defence Ministry tenders for CCTV Surveillance Systems

Defence Ministry tenders for CCTV Surveillance Systems


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Municipal tenders

Bhavnagar Municipal Corporation invite tenders for repairing work for municipal school at 3 different places ( Package no. 7)

Document Type : Tender Notice
Bidding Type : Domestic Competitive Bidding
Project Location : Gujarat, India
Deadline : 29 Jun 2017

Municipal tenders for repair of school building

Municipal tenders for repair of school building


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Cable tenders

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) invite tenders for optical Fiber Cable Maintenance in Jalgaon Telecom District

Document Type : Tender Notice
Bidding Type : Domestic Competitive Bidding
Project Location : Maharashtra, India
Deadline : 04 Jul 2017

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Important Sections in the Government Tender Document

Tender documents are simply an invitation sent to the potential suppliers to seek tenders or offers as a part of the tendering process. If you have come across, there are certain common sections in the tender documents which do require a standard response. So, once you have submitted a few tenders it becomes convenient to put use certain standard responses to future addresses of your tender response.

This article focus on those important sections that are present in mostly all the government tender documents and for which you need not have to draft a new response every time you decide to participate in the tendering process.

  1. Conditions for Participation:

This section outlines the necessary conditions for the suppliers that are to be considered by the potential buyer. The suppliers would require producing important documents and records such as licenses, insurance documents, financial records, past project records etc.

  1. Quality Standard and Accreditation:

Under this section the, the supplier should demonstrate that they can meet the requirement of the potential buyers. As a potential bidder, you need to present the buyer with some authority accreditations such as from ISO or any other or you can also provide with certain processes that currently exists in businesses and can satisfy the buyer’s needs for the provision.

  1. Specifications:

A specification for procurement that may include;

  • Goods/services required
  • Any associated requirement relating to delivery, pricing and performance requirement
  • Expected time frame.
  1. Conditions of Contract: Tender document provides information on rights and responsibilities of the organization and suppliers and terms and conditions of the work of the contract
  1. The condition of Offer: When you are submitting your offer, you are asked to agree to the proposed conditions of the contract. Conditions of the offer also indicate tender timeline, location to submit your offer. The condition of the offer may also include segments like how to submit your tender offer, the implementing authority might give options such as through online or by means of postal submissions. It will also indicate procedures to distributing information to tender applicants.
  1. Mandatory Criteria: this section will include certain criteria that will evaluate your offer and determine your chances to win the contract.
  1. Minimum Content and format requirements: This section outlines the documents you need to include the sample of work, proposal overviews, business registrations and insurance certificates. It also provides with the format you should follow while drafting the tender response.
  1. Policies and Principles: This section comprises of any warranties or commitments you need to make to meet the terms of the contract such as confidentiality criteria or standard works.

9. Referees: Before submitting your response, you need to supply references from customers those who are well-positioned to assert on your business or any product or services you provide as mentioned in the tender document.


These are some of the mainstream sections present in all the government tender documents.


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Forming a consortium

Forming a consortium has been an ancient business practice followed by large business groups. Businesses today consider teaming up as an essential means to diversify the risks associated with the project as well a means to expand their expertise and knowledge base by sharing of knowledge and expertise. Consortium are lightweight operations typically formed to achieve an objective by a group of people.

Forming a consortium is a big set up, it requires you to review every minute detail before you go ahead with your decided partner. In forming a consortium your very first step is to

Forming a consortium

Forming a consortium

Identify the objective:

Even before you start contacting for partners, give a thought to the primary objective of setting up a consortium. It is very important to have a detailed plan of action with expertise you need to get there. Form a core team that will help you with setting up an objective for the consortium

Identify potential Stakeholders:

Choose a partner that will add value to strategic decisions of your consortium. while deciding on potential partner your focus should be on their excellence and how beneficial they might prove to your business growth. Choose a business partner from your business areas. You might find your prospective partner by contacting larger organization from your business areas, attending business meetings, economic forums etc.

Hold Meetings:

Initial meetings are very important as it is the first step to building of a long-term relationships and trust. The agenda of the initial meeting should be your action plan for setting up an consortium. focus on your thought behind forming a consortium, your expectation from the group, business models and other general discussion.  Remember to keep a participative and flexible approach towards the meeting. It is important to give all the members a chance to voice their opinion.

Identify Practicalities to run consortium:

Practicalities of running a consortium involves identifying resources of finance, approval from the boards as well as forming of a core group. Important activities carried at this stage will be contacting the financers, deciding on the member contribution, membership fees, approval from the respective board, as each member has a separate governing body it is necessary to take the approval from the respective board members before entering a consortium. Lastly formation of core group with expertise, skills and capabilities to run the consortium successfully.

Development objectives:

At this stage, development of consortium takes place with drafting of terms of reference, vision statement, mission statement as well as confidentiality criteria over certain common issues of the member group.

Compatibility analysis of Consortium:

In order to gauge the compatibility of your consortium, you need to undertake a strong compatibility analysis of your members and partners. Firstly, a set standard is prescribed for the members as well as the partners. Determining of standard should depend on benchmarks that each partner should meet. An assessment process to monitor how they meet the benchmark and lastly support procedures for members not being able to meet the benchmark.  These standards are need not be imposed on the member country rather should be accepted collectively by the members.

Secondly, understanding of strengths and shortfalls of the consortium. Assessment of the strengths should be based on people assets like; skills and expertise, staff and volunteers etc. Tangible assets like; property, money etc and intangible assets like reputation, contacts, or intellectual properties.

The above mentioned are some key concepts that you need to bear in mind while forming a consortium and to run it successfully.

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what is a consortium ??

Sometimes business opportunities are such that, a single service provider may find it difficult to provide all the services. Alternatives might be available that hold expertise in the areas which would complement your services. Under such business circumstances, Consortium comes handy. A Consortium is a common term used for the association, it can be an association of companies, institutions working towards the objective of participating in a common activity. The consortium is a Latin word for partnerships but however, in business endeavors both differ largely. The consortium is a more structured form of partnership, with a well-formed governance in arrangements. In partnerships both the parties are equally responsible for the profits and liabilities of the business venture whereas in consortium each entity is only responsible for the group in respect to the obligations set in the consortium contract and has no say over other business operations besides consortium contract.
Investopedia defines consortium as “A group made up of two or more individuals, companies or governments that work together toward achieving a chosen objective. Each entity within the consortium is only responsible to the group in respect to the obligations that are set out in the consortium’s contract. Therefore, every entity that is under the consortium remains independent in his or her normal business operations and has no say over another member’s operations that are not related to the consortium.”



Consortiums are prevalent usually among non-profit organizations, educational institutions, Banks etc. Profit consortium also exists but are very less prevalent. One of the best examples of profit consortium is Airbus- Airbus entered into a profit consortium in 1960 is four members being Aerospatiale-British Aerospace, Construcciones Aeronautics of Spain, Daimler- Chrysler Aerospace of Germany. This consortium was seen as an essential step for the European aircraft industry. The reason for forming a consortium was the
• To share R&D Costs
• To generate economies of scale
• To compete successfully with Boeing and Mc Donnell Douglas.
The consortium can be made up of partners from different industries and sectors.

The consortium has benefited businesses in various ways, some of the benefits are shared below:

• Consortium gives the partners involved a free hand in exercising their relevant skills and expertise in such a way that each of the businesses is benefited especially in terms of delivery and tender participations

• Forming of consortium gives you an opportunity to have an access over the core competencies of your partners that otherwise, you might have needed to buy to secure a contract.

• Risk can be spread across the businesses.

• Being into a consortium gives you a competitive edge over tender submissions and capabilities to deliver into the geographical areas that were earlier not accessible to you.

• You may also have access to unique selling points of your other partner and can utilize its core competencies for the betterment of your businesses.

• Sharing your expertise over a consortium can increase your chances of tender evaluation and winning contracts.

• With shared responsibilities as per the contract, consortium helps businesses to reduce their overhead costs and resources.

The consortium is flexible enough to be shaped according to the contract you want to win as well as the services you want to deliver. Entering into consortium provides you with huge benefits by working with the organization that holds expertise and competencies that add value to your businesses and lets you offer more better services.

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EBRD finance to modernise Manas Airport in Kyrgyz Republic

Manas Airport in Kyrgyz Republic to be modernised with EBRD financing

EBRD financing to modernise Manas Airport in Kyrgyz Republic

EBRD financing to modernise Manas Airport in Kyrgyz Republic

The EBRD is providing loan and grant financing to Manas Airport, the main air gateway in the Kyrgyz Republic, for the modernisation of the terminal building.

The airport operating company, MIA (International Airport Manas), will receive a loan of US$ 4.7 million and an investment grant of US$ 500,000 to address the growing demand for good quality airport services in the Kyrgyz Republic, and will assist the installation of a ventilation and heating system, which complies with international best practice and energy efficiency standards.

The loan and grant agreements were signed on May 25th, at the EBRD Headquarters in London, by Natalia Khanjenkova, EBRD Managing Director, Central Asia and Russia and Emir Chukuev, Chairman of the Board of JSC Manas International Airport.

Manas, the main airport in the Kyrgyz Republic, serves the capital Bishkek and is used by some international airlines as a transit airport.


Natalia Khanjenkova said: We are very pleased to support this project, because it signals the start of cooperation between Manas and the EBRD. Regional connectivity, including modernisation of regional airports, is an important part of the Banks transport strategy as well as the overall transition agenda.

The project will also be the first time in the Kyrgyz Republic that a majority state-owned enterprise borrows funds without a sovereign guarantee.

Emir Chukuev said: Development of airport infrastructure is one of the key strategic priorities in Kyrgyzstan. We believe cooperation with such a reputable international financial institution as the EBRD will facilitate Manass rapid growth and lay the foundation for future partnership.

In addition, the EBRD will provide technical assistance to the airport to improve financial management and efficiency of operations, as well as energy efficiency standards.

To date, the EBRD has invested about US$ 770 million in various sectors of the Kyrgyz economy, with projects in infrastructure accounting for a third of the total investment.

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Collaborative Tendering

Going by the word, the term collaborative indicates outcome produced by two parties that closely work together, working together in an intellectual endeavour to achieve the same success. The term collaborative tendering or procurement may have different meanings for different organisations based on their knowledge and experience. Collaborations are similar to but closely structured than co-operation. Collaborative tendering takes place when two or more parties agree to work together having identified the benefits that can be achieved by aligning their resources to deliver efficiency and effectiveness without any disturbance to the project.

As more and more public services are procured through the tendering processes, in larger packages and projects working together has increased the chances of success in the face of competition from the private sector. Many organisations have identified this as one of the best methods to utilise procurement expertise and resources that eliminate duplicate efforts. Collaborations not only brings additional benefits but also procurement benefits. Collaborative procurement is an opportunity for the supply side to join to reduce cost and offer improved value for money to clients. It is an opportunity to work differently. Collaborative procurement helps deliver efficiencies, improved working practices and real savings. It is an opportunity to procure public services under a single umbrella.

Collaborative Tendering

Collaborative Tendering

These are some of the benefits of Collaborative procurement
• Increased Chances of winning through shared expertise, knowledge and experience
• Opportunity to bid for larger and lucrative tenders and contracts
• Increased opportunity for smaller businesses to bid on their own
• Collaborating helps in best utilisation of one’s expertise and strengths
• Makes the Tender Process easier and less expensive
• Creation of sustainable relationship
• Less likely to miss future tender opportunities instead will be able to bid for more tenders
You may get to see collaborative arrangements across
• Contractors and contractors
• Contractor and specialist contractor
• Contractor and suppliers
• Contractor and consultants
• Consultants and consultants
• Specialist contractor and specialist contractor
• Specialist contractor and supplier
• Supplier and supplier

Taking a note of this, we can surely state that the market has evolved over the past years, the procurement organisations have awakened to the reality that by working together the better quality of services can be offered to the clients with the improved value of money.

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