Contracts: This displays a list of contract details that can be viewed and an expression of interest made if the contract is to be re-tendered.
Contracts, Current: This displays a list of all contracts that are ongoing.
Contracts, My Contracts: This displays a list of all contracts which have been awarded to the supplier. This page is only displayed when the supplier is logged in to the secure area of the web site.
Contracts, New: This displays a list of all contracts that have recently been started.
Contracts, Expiring: This displays a list of all contracts that are approaching their expiry date.
Expressing An Interest: Companies will see a brief outline of the contract on the Contracts page and select View Details to attain a more detailed description of the contract. From here they should express an interest in the contract if the contract is to be re-tendered for a future period. Once this has been accepted by the procurement team, the contract will then move the My Contracts section. From here after selecting View Details more options become available to the supplier.
Document Publication: Contract documents can be published to the supplier who was awarded the contract. In turn the supplier has the ability to send back documents to the procurement department.
Correspondence: On the Correspondence tab this will display a list of all Messages sent and received by you to and from the procurement department relating to the currently displayed contract.
Compose Correspondence: On the Correspondence tab you may select the Send Correspondence option of the left hand side. (Note: The procurement department can choose to disable this feature. Should this not be available contact the procurement department for the next best course of action). You will have the option to specify whether this is regarding the currently displayed contract or a different contract or a general correspondence. You may also reply to received correspondence by selecting the Reply button against a piece of correspondence received from the procurement department.
Correspondence Documents: You can also upload documents to your correspondence. Select the Upload Document button and browse your computer for the file you wish to upload to your correspondence. (Note: The procurement department can choose to disable this feature. Should this not be available contact the procurement department for the next best course of action).
Unread Correspondence: On the Correspondence tab a number in brackets may be presented indicating there are that many pieces of correspondence you have yet to read. Once they have been read the number will decrease accordingly.