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Tender Boards

A tender board is an entity created by law to oversee the public procurement process and to ensure that all public procurement activities are carried out in accordance with the public procurement rules.

Depending on the law, there could be several types of tender boards: departmental, ministerial and cabinet, each responsible for handling procurement actions at certain monetary value thresholds.

Some tender boards have similar functions as a procuring entity. Others only oversee and approve actions taken by the procuring entity and evaluation panels at various stages in the procurement process.