Helpdesk and FAQs

  1. How do I tender for work?
  2. Why should I use the Tenders and Contracts portal?
  3. Which Authorities do you deal with?
  4. What are the benefits of working with the Public Sector?
  5. How do I get started?
  6. Where will I get my contracts from?
  7. How will I know if I have won a contract?
  8. I'd like to know more, how do I find out more information?
  9. I'd like to know more, how do I find out more information?
  10. Can I see a Sample Tender provided by the Public Sector?

How do I tender for work?

Each Tender is different from the last. Each authority has its own particular set of criteria to determine how to handle the tendering process. When you see the contracts on the Tenders and Contracts portal, you will see clearly what the next step pf the process is. Follow this through and you will be tendering for work in no time. 

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Why should I use the Tenders and Contracts portal?

We offer a range of services that include:-

  • Email alerts for both low and high value contracts
  • Subcontracting opportunities 
  • Procurement Officers SME search
  • Your own dedicated webpage enabling you to provide details to the Procurement  Officers in local authorities so that the may  contact you directly regarding tenders and other low value contracts that don't need tendering for.

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Which Authorities do you deal with?


Every Local Authority in the country and every Public Sector Body  is now required to list their contracts and we are licensed to handle the promotion of these contracts on their behalf.

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What are the benefits of working with the Public Sector?

Public Sector organisations are good honest and reliable customers:-

  • They have to be fair,  honest, open, transparent, and professional in the way they choose suppliers and in dealings with them as they are subject to inspection at any time.
  • They are required by law to pay promptly in line with agreed terms written in the contract.
  • Many pay their accounts in 30 days  (or any other agreed credit period) of receiving a valid bill or invoice, and there is a stated target in place to aim for payment in 10days for SME

successful companies  who work with the Public Sector often find that their dealings with the Private Sector become easier as the company has gained respect for such enterprises .

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How do I get started?

You can sign up online using the homepage of this website or telephone our representative who will be please to assist you.

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Where will I get my contracts from?

We will email relevant contracts to you on the day that they are released by the issuing Public Authority. Typically you will receive the information before lunchtime and are then in a position to consider if you would like to  tender for the work offered.


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How will I know if I have won a contract?

the Procurement Officer will be in regular contact with you throughout the tendering process and will let you know how your application in progressing.

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I'd like to know more, how do I find out more information?

The Procurement Officer will be in regular contact with you throughout the tendering process and will let you know how your application is progressing.

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I'd like to know more, how do I find out more information?

Click here to contact our Customer Service Team and ask them to send you our free report that will explain in much greater detail how the process works.

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Can I see a Sample Tender provided by the Public Sector?

Here is an example tender which will give you some idea. NOTE: this contract is a real tender that has expired. They may not necessarily reflect your particular industry or specialisation. These are shown so you understand the nature of the work, rather than the specifics of a particular contract for a specific job.

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