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1.How does a firm get on a Bidders List?

You must register (fill out a bidder's application) your company on Biddingo, and you will receive a one month free subscription with no obligation to continue.

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2.Will my registration stay in effect if I don't follow through with a subscription?

Yes, as long as you keep the information updated on your bidder's application.

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3.How will I know when a bid is being advertised under the commodity that I am interested in?

You will receive an 'email alert' from Biddingo and as long as you register correctly under the commodities that pertain to you, you will be notified.

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4.How do I ask questions about a particular bid?

You must call the agency in question directly.

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5.How does a firm get access to an agency by-law?

Most Agencies have their by-law on their website if you can't locate it just give their purchasing department a call and they will provide you with their information.

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6.How do I download documents?

As long as you are a subscriber you can click on download and an email will be sent to you with the attached PDF document. If there is a cost for the document, you will pay on line and depending on the agency, arrangements will be made for the document to be courier to your location.

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7.How do I find out about bid results?

You must call the agency in question directly. Eventually the results of bids are advertised on Bid Navigator, but not all agencies provide the information.

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8.What is the difference between being a registered bidder and a subscriber?

Registered bidders only receive an 'email alert' once a week, usually on Friday evenings showing the bids and addendums that have been issued. A Subscriber will get an 'email alert' immediately after a bid or an addendum has been released. A Subscriber also can download documents or purchase them on line if applicable and available from the participating Agency.

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