Tenders: the need for knowledge

By Werner van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

15 September 2014

10 things to remember when you tender

By Werner van Rooyen

29 September 2014

There are many things that you as a small business owner must remember when you respond to a tender and sometimes responding to a tender can be overwhelming. Experience has taught me that there are some important things to remember when responding to a tender and there are some less important things to remember when responding to a tender.

5 reasons not to give up on tenders

Article by W van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

15 December 2014

5 Tips to respond on time

By Werner van Rooyen

23 February 2015

www.how2tender.com

Late submissions will not be accepted. A submission will be considered late if it arrived one second after 14:00 or any time thereafter. The bid (tender) box shall be locked at exactly 14:00 and bids arriving late will not be accepted under any circumstances. Bidders are therefore strongly advised to ensure that bids be dispatched allowing enough time for any unforeseen events that may delay the delivery of the bid.

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Functionality and Tenders

In all competitive bids (tenders) you as the bidder will have to respond to Functionality. You will need to score a set minimum number of points, measured as a percentage, on Functionality of a competitive bid (tender) in order to advance to the next phase of evaluation in the tender process.

Usually Organs of State evaluate competitive bids (tenders) as follows:

  • The tender response is evaluated on Functionality where the bidder must score points out of a maximum of 100 points.
  • A threshold of between 65 to 75 out of 100 points... Read More
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