When bidding and contracting for goods, services or works, we are legally obliged to comply with the requirements of EU procurement regulations. These stipulate that contracts in excess of certain amounts (see below) must be publicly exposed to competition within the European Union. Time scale – must be tendered to the Official Journal of the European Union and allow 15 days to allow the applicant to declare interest and 10 days from the date of submission of the offers until the reference date. If I want to apply, do I have to submit pre-qualification information about my company? As a general rule, we require all suppliers to complete a questionnaire explaining information about their financial/economic capabilities and technical capabilities. This usually includes information about when you started your business or organization/company, your experience in providing the goods/services/factories offered, where we can obtain references to your business, and the finances of your business. We have a pre-qualification questionnaire that can be requested in response to a contractual consultation. Once completed and returned, you will be considered for the tender. As part of a tendering process, prices are presented by contractors in a sealed offer. The contractor with the lowest price called L1 and other L2, L3 for the next higher prices.

Here, we explain the difference between offers, offers and proposals with a list of linear definitions that each company needs. Contractual document is the agreement of the department or client or organization with the contractor for the execution of the work There are also some restrictions to obtaining tender documents. In some cases, the licensee may receive the tender document, which is only a matter. A contract is the clause used when two parties have reached an agreement. The tender documents contain the parts lists (BOQ), the specifications of the work to be carried out, the timetable for the completion of the work, the market conditions as well as the plans and drawings. These documents are made available to the contractor for payment of certain taxes. The contractor, which indicates the lowest rates for all work, proposes the market for the execution of the work.