The City of Belmont aims to provide quality
services to our customers and community that represent the best value for
money. To ensure fairness and transparency, the City has a number of policies
and processes for managing our purchasing and tenders that meet the
requirements of the Local Government Act 1995 and the Local
Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.
Should a supply of goods or services be expected to
be more than $150,000 then tenders will be publicly invited. These public invitations
to tender are advertised in The West Australian newspaper, on this web page and via the City's eTendering portal.
The eTendering portal is managed by Open Windows and provides our suppliers with information on current public tenders advertised by the City of Belmont.
The eTendering portal provides users with the ability to view and clarify Tender documents as well as submitting Tenders to us online.
Each tender may have both specific and general
conditions. The City aims to select the tender(s) that represent the best value
for money for the City and consequently:
in its absolute discretion accept two or more tenders;
not bound to accept the lowest tender; and
- May reject all of the tenders submitted if
none of the tenders are found to be suitable.
Canvassing of Elected Members, employees of the
City of Belmont or any member of a selection panel will disqualify the tender.
Click here to view our current tenders, select the tender you are interest in and then click "Register as a Respondent" to download the documents.
For further tender information or assistance in
accessing tender documents please contact the City’s Coordinator Contracts and
Tenders via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 9477 7205.
City of Belmont eTendering Guide for Respondents