As governments and other major public companies continue to outsource their service delivery through open competitive tender, it is the role of the Bid Manager to lead the submission that has the potential to win the contract. Many organisations rely heavily on supply...
Bidding and tendering is a critical activity across many industries, with companies spending up to 2% of the total contract value on the bidding process. It’s an ultra-competitive function that is critical to winning new work and keeping existing contracts. But what is the real human cost?
Bidding and tendering are now the most preferred procurement methods worldwide, and they show no signs of slowing down. With that in mind, what organizational and professional competencies should we prepare for beyond 2018?
The first step is to avoid disqualification. What are the watchpoints to ensure you’re fully compliant?
New anti-slavery laws have been introduced to stamp out forced labour in supply chains. Does your company comply and how will they address this in their tender responses?
New data protection clauses are likely to feature in future tender documentation. Is your company prepared?
Why reusing and repurposing content can reduce your submission efforts by half.