‘Poorly written’ tender documents could increase costs

20 November 2017

Poor language in Australian federal government tender documents may be creating waste and higher costs to the public purse, according to a study.

In its study of Australian government procurement documents, software company VisibleThread said it analysed documents randomly selected from the federal government’s public tender website in 2017.

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