Tenders Alert Service
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The Tenders Alert Service enables companies to identify local and international contract opportunities from a wide range of public sector organisations via a daily alerting service. In 2010, 58 companies on the service won 114 contracts potentially worth £239 million.
Every week Tendertap, a web-based tender alerts service searches about 8,000 opportunities which are gathered from various websites and newspapers, and filters them to alert clients to the opportunities most relevant to them. Most are from Tenders Electronic Daily - http://ted.europa.eu, the online database of higher value European tenders and contracts. Other sources include:
• Irish public tenders - http://www.e-tenders.gov.ie
• Public Contracts Scotland - http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk
• US Federal Contracts
How it works
Subscribers can set up and maintain their own search profile through the Tendertap website, with as much help from the Tenders Alert Service team as they need. They can add or delete keywords and other search filters as required to ensure that they receive the most relevant tenders. Tender opportunities can be received through a daily email alert, an RSS feed, or both.
The facility also has market analysis tools to identify market trends and future opportunities, locate new customers, and identify and monitor competitors. It also includes a translation tool for seven western European languages, enabling subscribers to translate contract notices into English.
The team can also offer guidance on:
• tendering procedures
• UK and EU Public Procurement Regulations
• supplying to local government, education boards, the health sector and utility companies
The charge for the service is £100 plus VAT per annum. For more information, contact:
Tenders Alert Service team:
|Derval Mooney||Tel: 028 9069 8134||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephen McCann||Tel: 028 9069 8108||Email: email@example.com|
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on sources of tender advice and opportunities: