Six requirements to apply a tender in kenya

To apply for your first tender in this Financial Year 2024, you would typically need to meet the following basic requirements:

  1. Business registration:

You must have a registered business in Kenya with all the necessary licenses and permits required to operate in your industry.

  1. Tax compliance:

You must be registered with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and be up-to-date with your tax payments.

  1. Relevant experience:

Depending on the nature of the contract, you may be required to have relevant experience in the industry, such as having completed similar projects or having worked in a similar capacity.

  1. Financial capacity:

You must have the financial capacity to undertake the project, which may require providing evidence of your financial status or submitting a bid bond.

  1. Technical capacity:

You must demonstrate technical capacity to deliver the project as required by the contract documents, which may include providing evidence of your technical capabilities, skills, and qualifications.

  1. Compliance with tender requirements:

You must comply with all the tender requirements, such as submission of required documents, adherence to deadlines, and following the tendering process guidelines.

It is important to note that tender requirements may vary depending on the specific tender and the procuring entity. Therefore, it is essential to carefully review the tender documents and seek clarification from the procuring entity if necessary.


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