Monthly Archives: March 2017

Procurement Outsourcing

Procurement outsourcing is becoming a widely accepted term for most of the businesses because of the benefits it has to offer. Procurement Outsourcing is a process wherein the organisation or business take a calculative approach of moving some of their … Continue reading

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Conventional Tendering Process for Construction Projects

Tendering Process under construction is a process of submitting a proposal to undertake government construction projects. Depending on the language in the bid proposal the construction companies make their bids for submission, and if accepted, a legally enforceable contract is … Continue reading

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Leading the Way through E- Tendering

E-tendering system has become a most popular system of tender management under the public procurement domain. E-tendering has helped organisations to manage their procurement needs more efficiently and effectively. The manual tender process can be long and cumbersome and is … Continue reading

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Common Mistakes While Bidding for Government Tenders

For Professional Bid writers, drafting a winning bid response is a way of marketing their business, and making smallest of the mistake can cost you lose credibility and a coveted project. A government request for tender requires you to address … Continue reading

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International competitive Bidding

A competitive bidding procedure is commonly used in the procurement of goods and services. It provides a wider choice in selecting the best bid among the competing suppliers and contractors. This is an initial step in the public offering whereby … Continue reading

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