Tendering GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) – Get It Right!!

Here we go with my first 10 example GPS mistakes (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling).I’ve concentrated on instances where you use a computer, such as completing a tender, and the autocorrect function might not pick up the mistakes. If your particular software settings pick up some of these then great – these tips will come in handy anyway for everyday use and in social media.I’m not being ...
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Relevant Case Law: Reasons to Address ALL Parts of a Question!

Once a tender has been awarded, do courts interfere in how the bids were scored? Sometimes, but not often – and only when challenged by an unsuccessful bidder. So, when courts do interfere, what has that got to do with you having answered all parts of a question or not? Well, the point is: answer it properly now to (a) help you score highly and win the tender; and (b) you needn’t worry about it be...
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Tendering

Assuming the tendering authority knows all about you You know how it is – you’ve put in a lot of tenders before, and think your company is established and quite well known, so don’t feel the need to answer questions fully. Wrong. Each tender is treated as a separate entity. Nothing is ‘carried forward’ from previous ones, so it pays to answer the questions in full. Just pretend this is the fi...
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