eTendering training

NSW eTendering is an online tender management system where government organisations and suppliers advertise and respond to tenders. It lists business opportunities with NSW Government agencies, including upcoming, current and closed opportunities.

For buyers

Face-to-face training is available for agency staff at regular dates throughout the year. On completion, participants will be able to:

  • create a request for tender (RFT)
  • publish an RFT
  • access and download tenderbox content
  • publish contract award notices.

Register your interest in this training below:

Date Time Location Seats Registration
18 December 2019 9 am - 12 pm McKell Building, Sydney 12 Register for this training
22 January 2020 1 pm - 4 pm McKell Building, Sydney 12 Register for this training

The support materials below help agencies to create, publish and finalise RFT's:

A detailed administration guide (DOCX, 567KB) covering all aspects of the NSW eTendering system is also available for agency administrators.

The simulations below to help agencies to create, publish and finalise RFT's:

*Adobe Flash Player is required to view these simulations. A troubleshooting guide for Windows or Mac is available if you have any difficulty viewing them. Should you continue to experience difficulties, please contact your agency IT administrator for assistance.

A dedicated training environment is available for agency buyers and for agency administrators to train procurement staff. It outlines the system conditions of use.

For suppliers

The support materials below help suppliers access and respond to government tender opportunities:

A detailed eTendering user guide (DOCX,1.29 MB) outlines how to set up a supplier profile on NSW eTendering, download government requests for tenders (RFTs) and upload tender responses.

The simulations below help suppliers register and use the eTendering system:

*Adobe Flash Player is required to view these simulations. Troubleshooting guide for Windows or Mac is available if you have any difficulty viewing them.