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Last updated on October 24, 2016

The Tasmanian and Australian Governments are committed to ensuring businesses are aware of opportunities to tender for government business.

The government is getting behind and backing small business by delivering the Winning Government Business Program.

Bidding, tendering or quoting for government business can be an important part of your business success.

The Tasmanian Government has produced a Tendering Handbook to help you bid for business with the government.

The purpose of the Winning Government Business Program is to deliver a series of interactive events and workshops across the state over four years that will inform business participants about:

  • Tasmanian Government procurement policies and processes
  • how to find out about tendering opportunities
  • how to interpret offer and tender documents, and
  • how to prepare tenders.

During 2016, a series of tendering classes were held around Tasmania. You can view the presentation of the Tendering Master Class here.

Winning Government Business Resources

To further help you, there is a list each for private and public sector online services offering information for business across a wide range of sectors.
Commercial Business Support Fact Sheet
Government Business Support Fact Sheet

To stay in touch with upcoming tendering opportunities, you can register to be advised when the government has a tender in the market or tendering opportunities.

Making agency buyers aware of your business is the best way to increase your opportunities to bid for Tasmanian Government business. Government Buyers can purchase some items at their discretion or directly approach businesses for quotes for certain purchases. Find contact details of each agency's procurement services and lots of other help and tips, on the website.

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