Definitions

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  • n. A tender for a contract made by means of computer networks.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ tender

Examples

  • Negotiation tools include in-depth reverse auctions with bid structures, sealed bids and e-tender as well as one-on-one negotiation.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • The government is also set to introduce e-tender at the Local Government and Engineering

    The Daily Star

  • The Home Ministry is also considering different possible ways including the introduction of e-tender to avoid such violence, the IGP said.

    The Daily Star

  • Penang is proud to be the first state to hold public open tenders of government projects and procurement contracts and also conducting it through the internet (e-tender).

    Planet Malaysia

  • Yeddyurappa said the e-tender was part of the Rs22,000crore package cleared by the cabinet two months ago.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Mr Borger said the Department of Commerce had advised this was the largest e-tender exercise it had ever undertaken.

    National Nine News

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