XYZ is a construction company that use to get project contracts from various Government departments in bidding. Should the project manager of XYZ Company try to contact the Government Officials after a project proposal has been submitted for bid? Discuss why or why not.

14th November 2011 From Pakistan ,

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Yes. As per RTI, you can approach the Government Office through Right to Information Act, for which you have to pay the fee (Rs.10/-) in appropriate place. You can get the details through your company's legal advisor/legal cell, who is aware of the procedure to get the details.
Before declaring the tender, the Government will consolidate the details and they normally prepare a comparative statement (Qualitative & Quantitative) and rate analysis, with which they will finalise the tender and offer the contractor concerned.
You can get the details by submitting an appliation as per RTI Rules.
14th November 2011 From India , Hyderabad
Subject:- H.R. Head Responsibility,
Hi my name Anoop Singh, i'm working in it company as hr head so kindly give me some suggestion for requirement and what is responsibility of a hr head..
Anoop Singh
14th December 2011 From India , Delhi
I am assuming that you did not study after opting out of the program. If yes, what were you doing?
The reason I ask is because you may have to submit your transcripts for the study program or show what you have been doing in this time when an extension is asked for.
31st May 2012 From India, New Delhi
Hi, He should approach local government officials first. Also, do research first. The contractor cannot go direct to government in the first instance.
7th March 2014 From United Kingdom,
Hi, I think it would be right to initiate discussion only after the XYZ company wins the bid. May be this will help you avoid any kind of allegations there after due to any circumstances.
16th August 2015 From India, Hyderabad
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