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10 Proposal Writing Guidelines

Posted on 19-05-2015

Companies new to tendering often ask for our top guidelines for writing proposals. Bid specifics often depend on the industry, size of bid, regional coverage and many other factors. However, we can offer some general tips that will help to guide you through proposal writing: 1. Choose the...

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Writing a Tender for Nuclear Industry

Posted on 15-05-2015

Sellafield

The nuclear sector within the UK offers a wide range of high value contracts for companies including operation, design, build and decommissioning. In order to secure contracts companies must produce high quality, winning tender submissions. Competition in this industry is fierce and as such bids...

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Encouraging SMEs in Public Procurement

Posted on 08-05-2015

The Small Business, Enterprise and Employments Act (SBEE Act) came into effect recently and has seen the Government try to preserve as much flexibility as possible in public procurement whilst implementing EU Directives into UK law. In the past, government procurement strategies have traditionally...

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What to do Following the PQQ

Posted on 05-05-2015

After submitting the PQQ (pre-qualification questionnaire) for a contract, many companies just sit back and wait for the verdict. However, there is actually a lot that can be done during this lull period which can greatly benefit the potential tender and any future submissions. Prepare for...

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Beating The Incumbent When Bidding

Posted on 01-05-2015

Tendering for public and private sector contracts is how many firms secure work however, it can be a difficult process. One of the biggest difficulties when writing a tender for a new contract is beating the incumbent. When a contract is renewed after the stipulated amount of time, the incumbent...

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