Understanding and Managing the Tender Process Workshop

Understanding the Implications of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Property Act

Understanding and Managing the Tender Process

This 3-day workshop is designed to provide participants with a solid grounding in both the philosophy of procurement by tender, and an understanding of the legal and regulatory framework of the procurement process. 

This workshop will allow participants to recognise the distinguishing features of Government Procurement compared with Private Sector Procurement, as well as the distinguishing legal and commercial aspects that require professional attention under both systems in light of Public Procurement and Disposal of f Property Act 2015. It will show participants how to ensure an equitable evaluation of all compliant bids as well as expose them to the standards and principles of ethical conduct in the tendering process. 


Upon completion, participants should have an in-depth understanding of the tendering process, how to determine the rules and structure of the process, as well as how to select the procurement process most advantageous to their needs.

Participants of this workshop will be provided with the requisite knowledge in order to operate their tender process and examine current issues such as E-Procurement and variety of precedent setting case studies in Procurement Law.

Topic to be covered

Participants will be exposed to the following topics during this 3-day workshop:
* What is Tendering
* Pre-Qualification Process
* Structuring the Invitation to Bid
* The Two Envelope System
* Receiving Sealed Bids
* Laws applicable to Tenders
* Communication with Tenders
* Risk Management
* Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure and Anti-Bribery Clause
* Dealing with Discputes
* The Public Procurement and Disposal of Property Act 2015

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Programme Date: December 2nd-4th, 2019
Programme Times: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Programme Cost: $4,500
For more information contact openenrolment@lokjackgsb.edu.tt or
645-6700 ext. 367/286

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