Government publishes tips for charities on winning public contracts


Charities bidding for public contracts should emphasise their ability to bring value for money, quality and social value to the process, according to government guidance.


The recommendations were made in a blog by Claire Dove, the crown representative working as an intermediary between government and the charity sector, outlining ways that charities can work with Whitehall.


Dove used the guide to warn charities against complacency when tendering for contracts, arguing that “no matter how good you are, you will not win in a competition unless you make your strengths clear in the assessment”.

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