Bid | Tender Compliance and Strategic Review
Tenders are evaluated for compliance first and foremost.
Before assessing the competitiveness of a tender, evaluators will look at eligibility. If your tender document fails to fulfill all eligilbility criteria, it will generally be deemed non-compliant and removed from consideration.
ProposalPro provides a 'second pair of eyes' before submission, assessing your tender against the compliance criteria stated in the request or invitation documents, identifying any non-compliance.
We also identify strengths and weaknesses of the proposed solutions, making strategic recommendations to enhance the competitiveness of your submission.
Trust in ProposalPro's Tender Compliance and Strategic Review Services
Each tender will initially be assessed to determine if it complies with all requirements of the tender document, including compliance with mandatory requirements and terms and conditions. It's all-too-easy to miss something large or small that can pull your bid out of the running.
The buyer needs to be convinced that your policies, procedures and management plans comply with legislation and support the delivery of the scope of work and responsibilities, particularly in the public sector.
Our tender compliance review process will help you fill any gaps, covering all content and ensuring correct and up-to-date policies and procedures are presented with your bid.
Our tender strategic review process will support you to increase competitiveness of your tender, by making strategic recommendations on best-practice and identifying where there may be room for improvement.
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Experts agree that executive summaries are the most important part of your bid. They’re the most widely read, and offer you a opportunity to showcase your unique value proposition; convince the tender evaluator(s) to recommend you; and make it easier for them to justify that decision.
And yet, so many executive summaries are haphazardly thrown together at the end of a bidding process.
Here’s how to do better, avoid common preventable mistakes, and write an executive summary that gets results.
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