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LOCAL GOVERNMENT (GENERAL) REGULATION 2005 - REG 166

Council to decide whether tenders are to be by open tendering or selective tendering

166 Council to decide whether tenders are to be by open tendering or selective tendering

Whenever a council is required by section 55 of the Act to invite tenders before entering into a contract, the council must decide which of the following tendering methods is to be used:

(a) the open tendering method by which tenders for the proposed contract are invited by public advertisement,
(b) the selective tendering method by which invitations to tender for a particular proposed contract are made following a public advertisement asking for expressions of interest,
(c) the selective tendering method by which recognised contractors selected from a list prepared or adopted by the council are invited to tender for proposed contracts of a particular kind.



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