Tenders and quotations
Welcome to Clarence Valley Council's e-tender service. The service provides details of tenders, quotations and expressions of interest currently advertised by Council.
Improvements to Council's tendering process
Council is changing the way it advertises Requests for Quotations (RFQs), Requests for Tenders (RFTs) and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) by moving into a fully electronic environment.
From 24 July 2012, Council will place notifications and receive responses of RFQs, RFTs and EOIs electronically through this portal.
What are the benefits for suppliers?
Convenience: You will be able to download documents instantly online.
Cost Savings: Responses will be electronically uploaded in electronic tender boxes, removing printing, courier and delivery costs.
Security: You will never miss a Clarence Valley Council opportunity important to your business.
What are the costs? None - you will be able to receive and respond to notifications posted by Council at no cost.
Assistance with getting registered:
- If you have already been registered within the new portal you would have received a confirmation (including your username and password details) of this via email. If you did not receive your registration please refer to point 3 below.
- Please use these details to log on and select the industry categories relevant to your business. This will further refine the types of notifications that you wish to receive. This is important to make sure you receive only the notifications of direct interest to you.
- If you have not registered, the process is very simple and only takes a few minutes. This link will direct you to the portal. Select the registration tab and enter your email address to create your unique supplier profile. Once complete, you will receive a confirmation of your registration.
- If you require assistance with registering and customising your profile, please contact the Tenderlink.com Help Desk - details on the site or call 1800 233 533.
We believe the processes put in place will ensure that no person/business is disadvantaged in their access to opportunities to work with Council, and indeed will ensure significant cost and time savings for both Council and our suppliers.
What are the benefits to ratepayers?
This system speeds up the tendering cycle, has a full audit trail and reduces the time and costs for both Council and our suppliers.
How To Submit a Tender
Council has created a seven-step-tendering-guide on how to submit a tender.
List of Tenders Received for 2013-16 Legal Services
(in alphabetic order)
- Burridge Harris & Flynn
- Foott Law & Co
- Holding Redlich
- HWL Ebsworth
- Locale Consulting
- Marsdens Law Group
- McCullough Robertson Lawyers
- Thomsons Lawyers
- Wilshire Webb Staunton Beattie
The tenders will now be reported to the 28 June 2013 Ordinary Council meeting.
Enquiries to Brian Lane, Acting Manager Governance
8 May 2013