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Develop some informative material for visitors to the company’s new website

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Added on: 2022-11-17 05:06:46
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Scenario Your manager was impressed with your presentation material you created in Assessment 1 and thinks it would be a good idea to develop some more informative material for visitors to the company’s new website. Your manager would like some visual content to describe the tender process and a profile for each of the stakeholders in the tender process.

Task 1: The tender process Create a visual timeline to provide your company’s clients with an overview of the tendering process to explain:

• the tender steps from beginning to save tenders

• the purpose of each step • relevant tender documents for each step

• relevant legislation that will be accessed in each step.

Your timeline should include: • visual content such as images and graphics to support the information • links to external websites for supporting documentation. [Task 1 total: 60 marks]

Task 2: The people involved in the tender process Use the presentation format from Assessment 1 to create a profile for each of the stakeholders in the tender process. Include one introduction slide to identify all the stakeholders, and one slide for each stakeholder to discuss:

• their role

• their obligations in the tender process

• one contextualised example of each stakeholder role

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