When trying to write good tender / PQQ / RFP responses, a good starting point is to understand what are the most common tendering mistakes – you can then make sure you avoid them!
In no particular order:
1. Incorrect Cost Schedules
You normally have to complete a pricing template; this makes it easier for the buyers to compare the various submissions. If you get it wrong, your prices may not accepted or marked properly
2. Incorrect Formatting, Presentation & Non-conformance
A bit like the last one, if you don’t follow their format, you can get marked down.Continue reading