Podcast 048 (part 1) Best practice: Procurement Tendering Process (with Margaret Gilbert)

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Today we continue our Best Practice episodes. And today we are talking about Procurement Tendering Process.

We go through the tender process and share the best practice at each stage:

  1. A tender is prepared.
  2. The Tender is published and distributed.
  3. Offers are received and opened.
  4. The Buyer and technical personnel evaluate the offers.
  5. Interviews are undertaken.
  6. Negotiation occurs.
  7. The Buyer awards the contract.
  8. The Supplier performs the contract.

 

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Great ideas and practical advice given by Margaret Gilbert from New Zealand.

I really hope you will take maximum value from this episode and implement the learnings for your organization.

That is the entire purpose of Procurement Best practice interviews…

Enjoy this episode!

P.S. Find Margaret Gilbert and connect with her in LinkedIn

More info about Contract Matters books: www.contractmatters.com

 

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