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Posted in Top Tips

For many SMEs looking to begin bidding for public procurement contracts, the process can appear daunting, and putting together a tender can often seem overwhelming. While there is no ‘right way’ to approach tendering, we have put together a few useful tips to help you through the process and give you the best possible foundation for a winning submission.

social-value

Posted in News

Public bodies have a duty to consider the impact on local communities when procuring goods and services. Broadly speaking, their aim is to allocate finite funds and resources in a way that maximises the benefit to people, the environment and the economy at local level.

price

Posted in Tender Writing & Bid Management

In the public sector procurement process, there is the requirement to evaluate all potential suppliers on both the price and quality of their goods or services. However, in the tendering world, one of the most common comments we tend to hear is: “Isn’t it a fix, and isn’t it all based on the lowest price?” – we explore low prices and the “race to the bottom”.

Posted in News

The success of our graduate training programme attracted attention in the press last month. We take a further look at our graduate training programme and how it is contributing to the success of the company as we celebrate our 10 years in business.