What’s the difference between early intelligence, projects, and tenders?

• Early intelligence – Special advanced information reports prepared by our global team of analysts on upcoming development projects ahead of normal channels.

• Projects – The “mother (or source)” projects, loans or grants where most procurements come from. A project is a set of activities with multiple procurements aimed at improving a certain sector to alleviate poverty. These often come from multilateral banks and some bilateral donor agencies.

• Tenders – Either procurement notices (SPNs) which have a defined scope of work, or general procurement notices (GPNs) which are published by the implementing agency to announce a possible procurement in the near future. SPNs have deadline dates for the submission of expressions of interest, bidding documents, or pre-qualification documents.


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