Tenders submitted electronically will be treated in accordance with the Electronic Transactions Act 2000 (NSW), and given no lesser level of confidentiality, probity and attention than tenders submitted by other means.
Tenderers, by electronically submitting a tender, are taken to have accepted any conditions shown on the e Tendering web site.
UOW may decline to consider for acceptance, tenders that cannot be effectively evaluated because they are incomplete or corrupt.
Tenderers must allow sufficient time for uploading their tender submissions prior to the closing date and time. Documents received after the closing date and time may not be accepted.
Electronic Format for Submissions
Tenders submitted electronically must be combined into the one document and in a file format that can be read, displayed and printed through Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 (pdf).
Tenderers may compress electronic tenders in any format that can be decompressed by WinZip. Tenderers must not submit self-extracting (*.exe) zip files.
Change of Tender Form Text
Tenderers must not change existing text in electronic tender forms other than to insert required information.
Lodgement of a tender electronically is evidence of a tendererâ??s acceptance of any conditions shown on the eTendering website.
Tenders submitted electronically will be treated in accordance with the Electronic Transactions Act 2000 (NSW) and given no lesser level of confidentiality, probity and attention than tenders submitted by other means.
A tender that cannot be evaluated because it is incomplete or electronically corrupted may be passed over.
For TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, please contact the Tenderlink support help desk on 1800 233 533 or email email@example.com.
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