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Displays a list of active notices published on dgMarket.
The list is grouped into several industries.
Displays a list of international development agencies and their projects
registered as buyers in our database. You can see summary project information by clicking on the buyer title. Links to more detailed project
information are available on the buyer page, including tender notices that have been issued.
DACON is the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank's registry of
consulting companies. Access to the DACON database is included in the subscription.
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Quick search for notices
You can look for notices in your particular area of interest by going to
'Home' or 'Notices', then entering a keyword and/or selecting a region or a country. If you want to narrow down or refine your
search use the Προηγμένη Αναζήτηση feature.
Quick search for buyers
To search for buyers in your particular area of interest, click 'Αγοραστές'
on the main navigation menu. Then type in a keyword and/or select a country and a type of buyers you are interested in.
You can narrow down your search for procurement notices by using different
criteria allowing you to select a funding agency (in the case of tenders financed by international organizations), a notice status,
and a notice type to obtain more precise results.
For archived notices, please select '' under 'Κατάσταση'.
Using Προηγμένη Αναζήτηση, your can also search for buyers and projects (in the case
of tenders financed by international organizations).
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profile, please start here. You will be able to select the countries and funding organizations for which you
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We classify all notices using Common Procurement Vocabulary (CPV) categories so that you can
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You can extend of narrow down the scope of search results by navigating the hierarchy of CPV
categories. Once you are satisfied with a result page, click ' ' link on this page. We will alert you once
we publish a new procurement notice that falls under the same search criteria.
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Types of Notices
In our database there are several different types of procurement
notices. Notice type is determined by what is
procured and by the contract awarding procedure. These are the most common types
Prior Information Notice, sometimes called general procurement notice or periodic indicative notice,
is issued by some buyers to indicate that tenders (invitations to bid) are soon to follow.
An Invitation for Bids, invitation to tender, or contract notice, informs
suppliers that bidding documents are available and provides them with information on
availability of bidding documents, deadlines and other details of tendering procedures.
An Invitation for Prequalification is issued when complex and detailed
bids are required. IPQs inform suppliers that prequalification for a contract is open and
invites them to apply. Only those suppliers who prequalify will be issued an invitation to
bid on that contract at a future date. Prequalification is common for complex
construction projects, turnkey plants and some specialized goods, such as complex
information technology systems.
Requests for Expressions of Interest provide consultants with
general information about upcoming consulting
assignments and invite firms to submit information on their capacity to perform the
assignment. This information is used to help
create a short list of qualified firms that will be issued the formal request for proposals.
Once a contract is awarded, the purchase authority publishes a
contract award notice for this contract. Contract award notices provide information on
the date the contract was awarded, the name of the successful supplier and the value
of the contract.
If you want to access the full text to obtain the contact information and the details
of the tender, a small fee will be charged for viewing the full text of current tenders. To view the subscription options, please click
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