Welcome to Tenders ACT
What is Tenders ACT?
Tenders ACT is the ACT Government’s (Territory) etendering system. It offers a central point to find publicly available business opportunities (RFx) advertised by the Territory, automatic notification of business opportunities to registered users, and secure electronic lodgement of responses. Tenders ACT is based on a proven industry solution and is compatible for use with commonly used internet browsers. The Tenders ACT Team recommends using Chrome as your browser for the best results. There is no cost to use Tenders ACT.
For more information on Tenders ACT, please download our Quick Reference Guide, and Supplier User Manual.
Click below to view the Instructional Videos:
To become a Registered User please use the ‘Register' link in the top right section of the screen or use the link below.
Once registered, Users can create personalised notification profiles within the Tenders ACT system. This function allows multiple users within the same organisation to customise notification alerts to best suit their role within their organisation and to tailor alerts to specific search criteria.
Click on the following link for a guide on How to Create Personalised Notification Profiles.
Tenders ACT Mobile App
The Tenders ACT mobile app allows you access to our online Tenders ACT system when on the go.
Using the app is easy. Once downloaded, you can search for current tenders, closed tenders and advanced tender notices. You can even change the search results to suit your needs by displaying them by tender status, tender type, category or the date tenders open or close.
To download the app to your mobile device, simply go to iTunes for Apple customers or Google Play for Android users and search for ‘Tenders ACT’.
Click Here to become a Registered User
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