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Bid management, NHS contracts
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How to win NHS contracts

If you have outstanding products and services that are recognised elsewhere, demonstrating their benefits to the NHS can prove very difficult. You may even have had tender success with other public and private sector organisations, but an NHS contract remains…
Tender Writing
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All about Frameworks and Dynamic Purchasing Systems

If you’ve spent any time looking for tenders, you’re likely to have come across the terms Framework and Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) and if you’re really lucky Pseudo Dynamic Purchasing System! So what exactly are they and why should you…
Tendering Process
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13 steps to make your business ‘tender ready’

So, you want to start tendering for public sector work but you’re not sure whether your business is in good enough shape to take the plunge.

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Tender Writing Top Tips

Most tenders require you to provide two types of information – your pricing and your answers to questions about how you will deliver the service. These are often known as quality questions or method statements.  This blog suggests some top…
Matthew Smith
29/07/2019
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Why tender? What’s in it for me?

Here's why it could be the perfect way to grow your SME. If you’ve always thought that tendering for public sector contracts was just for large companies, it’s worth thinking again. The government has stated that by 2022 a third1…
Matthew Smith
03/07/2019
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Online Tenders – how to get it right!

Most tenders are now submitted via an online portal rather than by email or post. However, buying organisations don’t all use the same one and inevitably, there are now a myriad of procurement portals, all of which are navigated slightly…
Matthew Smith
18/06/2019