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Title: Tender Writing - The basics


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  • Every year, local, state and federal governments
    and agencies and private companies invite
    businesses to submit their best bid for the
    supply of goods and services.
  • What follows is the basics needed to prepare a
    competitive tender.

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  • Register your interest
  • Follow the tender document instructions to the
    letter, to register your interest in tendering.
  • This is important as it will keep you up to date
    with tender information sessions.

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  • Attend tender information sessions
  • Attend any information sessions offered. These
    are important opportunities to make contact with
    the tenderer and ask questions.
  • You may also have a chance to meet potential
    subcontractors.

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  • Develop your tender response strategy
  • Thoroughly plan your tender response and consider
    the tender requirements and resources involved.
    Ask yourself
  • How much is involved to prepare the tender
    response?
  • What information do I need to put together?
  • Can my current fulfil the contract?
  • Can I manage the tender project?
  • Who is my competition and what are my chances of
    winning?

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  • Review recent awarded contracts
  • If you are not sure about any or the tender
    requirements, Review previously awarded
    contracts. Research the tenderer.
  • What type of companies won tenders with them in
    the past? What do they look for? What can you do
    to meet their requirements and expectations?

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  • Write a compelling bid
  • Preparing your tender proposal includes carefully
    planning, drafting and refining it. Ensure that
    you use any response forms provided and address
    all questions.
  • Stick to all word and/or page limits set, and do
    not go altering fonts and font sizes unless
    expressly permitted.

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  • Be very clear about your proposal structure.
    Select some key propositions you will use to set
    your tender apart.
  • Review the tender evaluation criteria to secure a
    better understanding of what the tenderer is
    looking for and how you will be evaluated.

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  • Understand the payment terms
  • When creating your tender response, make sure you
    thoroughly understand the payment schedule that
    the tenderer has specified.
  • Government payment schedules vary between
    agencies and vary between tenders.
  • If you require payment of goods or services
    differently to that specified in the tender
    documents, you should address this in your offer.

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  • Find referees
  • Provide reliable referees in your tender proposal
    who know your business and can testify to your
    work.
  • Ensure you make your referees clear on what the
    tender request is about, so they know what points
    to stress in their reference.
  • If you have supplied goods or services in the
    past to a government agency, be sure to ask them
    for a reference.

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  • Check and submit your bid
  • Make sure you read, re-read and check the finer
    details of your tender proposal thoroughly before
    submitting it.
  • Use the checklist if provided in the tender
    documents or create your own checklist to make
    sure your bid addresses and meets all the
    requirements.

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  • Get help
  • If you are not a strong writer or it seems a
    daunting task, think about engaging a
    professional tender writer.
  • A professional tender writer brings a wealth of
    experience to the table and can work with you to
    produce a contract winning tender proposal. Red
    Tape Busters has an experienced team of
    professional tender writers.
  • Tender writer Brisbane, Tender writer Melbourne
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