Thursday, 16 March 2017
18-22 Hill Street, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast BT1 2LA
15:00 - 17:00
How do economic operators run quick, effective and unchallenged tender processes time and time again? Procurers with a proven track record of success in tendering understand that is a result of much more than mere pot luck.
In this seminar, Edward Quigg will discuss how to assess and evaluate tenders, from the initial selection of assessors right through to how to dealing with unsuccessful tenderers. This seminar will provide a step by step approach to improve your awareness of best practice when it comes to assessment, record management, reporting mechanisms and what the Regulations say with regards Abnormally Low Tenders.
This seminar is tailored for contracting authorities but will also provide an insight for prospective tenderers, either to build on what you already know or as an overview for those new to procurement.
Edward Quigg, Director at Quigg Golden
Edward is a leading expert in terms of Public Procurement Regulations and has a wide range of experience in devising procurement routes that provide collaborative working, supply chain management gaining efficiency in the procurement process and ensuring the most economically advantageous procedure is adopted.
Places are limited and allocated by registering in advance only and will be on a first come first served basis. Refreshments will be provided.