The name of the tender, displayed in listings. You can include the following items:
Detailed description of tender.
string, autogenerated, read-only
The tender identifier to refer tender to in “paper” documentation.
OpenContracting Description: TenderID should always be the same as the OCID. It is included to make the flattened data structure more convenient.
Organization conducting the tender.
OpenContracting Description: The entity managing the procurement, which may be different from the buyer who is paying / using the items being procured.
Total available tender budget. Bids greater then value will be rejected.
OpenContracting Description: The total estimated value of the procurement.
list of Item objects, required
List that contains single item being procured.
OpenContracting Description: The goods and services to be purchased, broken into line items wherever possible. Items should not be duplicated, but a quantity of 2 specified instead.
list of Feature objects
Features of tender.
List of Document objects
OpenContracting Description: All documents and attachments related to the tender.
List of Question objects
Questions to procuringEntity and answers to them.
List of Complaint objects
Complaints to tender conditions and their resolutions.
List of Bid objects
A list of all bids placed in the tender with information about tenderers, their proposal and other qualification documentation.
OpenContracting Description: A list of all the companies who entered submissions for the tender.
The minimal step of auction (reduction). Validation rules:
List of Award objects
All qualifications (disqualifications and awards).
Period when questions are allowed. At least endDate has to be provided.
OpenContracting Description: The period during which enquiries may be made and will be answered.
Period when bids can be submitted. At least endDate has to be provided.
OpenContracting Description: The period when the tender is open for submissions. The end date is the closing date for tender submissions.
Period when Auction is conducted.
Awarding process period.
OpenContracting Description: The date or period on which an award is anticipated to be made.
Status of the Tender.
List of Cancellation objects.
Contains 1 object with active status in case of cancelled Tender.
The Cancellation object describes the reason of tender cancellation contains accompanying documents if any.
List of Revision objects, autogenerated
Historical changes to Tender object properties.
The Tender dates should be sequential:
- Current time