How many new tenders are published each day? On average, about 3500 new procurement notices are made available daily.
Where do tender notices come from? What are the sources? Most of the tenders are republished from government procurement sites and sites of various public and international agencies, on daily basis. Additionally, a number of purchasers publish their tender notices directly on our site.
We cover all significant government procurement tenders in over 60 countries (new countries are added frequently), and tenders of international development agencies in some 150 countries. In total, we publish over 1 million notices annually, covering some $900 billion in government contracts per year.
We maintain a very comprehensive database of government procurement opportunities. If you are not sure whether or not procurement opportunities of a particular buyer are included in our coverage, please send us the website address (a link) to us, so we can make sure that it is included.
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How can I complain about a tender process? Please bring your complaint to the attention of the purchasing authority first. If you feel the issue needs to be elevated to the next level, we would suggest that you seek specialist legal advice.