Single point of access for all Irish public sector procurement opportunities for both purchasers and suppliers.
Supply2.gov.uk is the only official Government lower-value (typically below £100,000) contract opportunity portal, created by the Government to provide small businesses with access to lower-value public sector contracts - a huge potential market which can provide small businesses with the stability they need to thrive and grow. The tenders are searchable by business sector and there is a ‘Food, beverages, tobacco and related products’.
Find details of contracts with Scottish Local Authorities, NHS Scotland, the Scottish Government, Agencies and NDPBs, Higher and Further Education and Emergency Services by browsing the available contracts. You can also register to receive email alerts.
Sell2Wales is an initiative from the Welsh Assembly Government helping SMEs work successfully with public sector clients. Since inception, Sell2Wales has
advertised over £5 billion of notices and with a growing number of public sector bodies advertising through it, tenders are more accessible.
Training and information resources
This grid is designed to objectively assist us in our subjective thinking. As a guide, it highlights the areas that may influence our decision to tender, our chance of success and our provision of a suitable solution.
Typical Qualifications / Accreditations used in the Tendering Process
Links to tender sources.
A Guide to Successful Tendering
This guide is designed to provide practical advice on tracking, planning, writing and submitting tender bids. The document
covers the initial ground work involved in the tendering process. It then moves on to selecting, planning and writing the
tender document and finally deals with evaluating the tender process and requesting a debrief from the client. The document
is designed to provide you with a checklist of the essential tasks which are key to successful tendering.
Questioning - The most underestimated skill
What could be in the Proposal (and your tender bank)?