An offer is a bid from a potential supplier in response to a call for tender. It makes an offer for the supply of goods or services. A tender could be launched for a number of contracts, including: equipment supply, main contract (including, perhaps, project by contractor), demolition, work authorization, etc. The form of the offer is established by the client or his advisors and completed and signed by the bidder. This is a formal confirmation that the bidder understands and accepts the terms of the tender file and all other defined requirements. The elements that might appear on a form of tender could be: it is worth spending time submitting your offer. Here are some tips on processing and offering: To better understand a potential customer`s needs, see if you can arrange a meeting or have a telephone conversation with them before launching the tender. You should always ask questions by phone or email when the tender documents are not clear – on everything from delays to payment. 2.2 The prices to be included in the contract are the prices to be indicated in [name of document] of our offer; or, if the institution chooses another proposal from the [name of the document], it is the prices displayed in [the name of the document] for that proposal. Even if you don`t win the job this time, writing a tender can clarify your goals, strengths and weaknesses and you can learn for the next time by asking for feedback on your offer. It increases your profile with the customer and helps you learn more about customer needs.
More information on the preparation of tenders is available on the buyandsell.gc.ca website. 2.4 All qualifications we have set out in [document name] – qualifications are also valid, although we understand that establishing a qualification may cause you to neglect our entire offer. 2. Terms and conditions. I/We agree that this offer and any contract that may result from it are based on the documents listed below and that the buyer is the [give to the legal person of your institution (z.B the University Tribunal of the Institution)]. If it is not a tendering competition for an initial contract, but a competition that must be tendered for a number of positions in the framework agreement, the ITT should define the tendering documents for the framework agreement. There is no need for a formal tender as part of these documents. However, one of them has the advantage of being able to “accept” the offer and conclude the framework agreement. A good place to start is to make a list of all the questions you would ask if a company has submitted an offer to provide you with a product or service.