There are thresholds within EU procurement which dictate whether or not a tender needs to be published to the official journal or not. Above threshold are those which do require to be published, and therefore have more rules applied.
There are thresholds within EU procurement which dictate whether or not a tender needs to be published to the official journal or not. Below threshold are those which do not require to be published, and therefore have less rules applied.
An invitation to tender (ITT, otherwise known as a call for bids or a request for tenders) is a formal, structured procedure for generating competing offers from different potential suppliers or contractors looking to obtain an award of business activity in works, supply, or service contracts, often from companies who have been previously assessed for suitability by means of a supplier questionnaire (SQ) or pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ).
Contracts can often be divided up into "lots", which are like smaller, separate contracts. Dismissing large contracts outright could mean missing out on a great opportunity. That's why it's so important to read the full contract notice - which of course, AndyBot does - opening up more possibilities for you to win.
Small and medium- sized enterprises Micro: < 10 employees or turnover up to €2 million
Small: < 50 employees or turnover up to €10 million
Medium: < 250 employees or turnover up to €50 million SMEs make up 99.9% of UK businesses. We deserve to compete on a level playing field.
Less is more. Unlike other tender alert services that alert you to a bunch of possibilities you still have to sort through, we match tenders to your company strategy - identifying those opportunities you can actually win.
Every 2 weeks in our blog, Dave our Mayor of The TenderHood is going to bring you a classic dance tune from the 90's, perhaps even earlier. Public procurement can be fun, so why not get busy starting with some tunes to kick off your day.