In order to issue mini-offers through dynamic procurement systems, you must set up frames that encapsulates the needs that must be facilitated. This means that you, in the system, define the fields that you wish to shop within, categories, suitability requirements and award criteria. Making these definitions results in you having access to the most relevant tenderers. Lastly, as all other types of procurement, the mini-offer must be published in EU.
When you have set up the frames for your mini-offers, you now have to make public that you are accepting applications from relevant tenderers. Hereafter, you must approve or reject the received applications on the basis of the suitability requirements that you set up in step one.
Now, you can issue your mini-offer or invitation to tender. The mini-offer is automatically sent out to the approved tenderers. If you make an invitation to tender, you get to choose which tenderers you send your material to. The tenderers can through our platform communicate questions and comments to your mini-offer. Thereby, our platform enables that all communication between you and then tenderers are handled electronically.
After the tenderers have received your mini-offer, they can submit a tender. The submitted tenders can be collected through the platform. Now, you have to read them in order to determine which tender suits your needs.
This is the last step in the process of procurement through the WDIS-platform. Here, you choose the tender that suits the needs and criteria that you have set up in your mini-offer.