Council aims to obtain quality services within the requirements of the Local Government Act 1993.
Subject to certain exceptions, tenders are required to be called for all contracts involving an expenditure or income of greater than $250,000. Further details can be found in Council’s Procurement Policy.
All Council tenders include a section which relates to the criteria upon which responses and ultimate selections will be made. Tenderers are well advised to ensure that all information relating to the tender selection criteria is provided.
The lowest or any tender is not necessarily accepted. Late tenders will not be considered, and suppliers submitting tenders and the public are invited to the opening of tenders immediately after closing of the tenders.
The tender closing time and date nominated in the tender is the latest time by which tenders must be lodged. Tenders submitted later than the nominated time and date will not be considered.
Formal tender documents including all other essential information required must be lodged by the advertised closing time in the tender. Tenders can be lodged online, in person or via mail.
E-TenderingMid-Western Regional Council offers online tendering. Visit VendorPanel to view Council tenders currently available and to complete a registration.
In personTenders can be delivered to Council's Customer Service Centre in Mudgee at 86 Market Street, Mudgee. Opening hours are 8.00am - 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
MailTenders may be forwarded to Council by mail, to be received by the time specified for the close of tenders. Tenders must be addressed with the tender number, and posted to:
Mid-Western Regional Council
PO Box 156
MUDGEE NSW 2850
All questions and enquiries with regard to tenders should be directed to Council via VendorPanel. This permits us to provide an answer in writing and maintain transparency by sharing the response with other tenderers.
For general procurement enquiries or concerns, please contact Council’s Procurement Team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tender collusion is prohibited and collusive tenders will be disqualified from the tender process.
There is no opportunity to negotiate after tenders have closed for the unsuccessful tenderers. Council reserves the right to negotiate with the successful tenderer on minor aspects of the tender proposal.
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Current expressions of interest
Approved tenders and quotations