Manama: The Tender Board, the independent regulator of Bahrain Government procurement activities, today opened 21 bids related to six tenders for five purchasing authorities.

opened was of one tender for the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism for the Project to improve the electronic portal of the records system, seven bids have been received for this tender.

With regard to the oil and gas sector, the Board opened two tenders for Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), the first tender for Provision of it insight and advisory service, one bid was received for this tender, and the second tender was for Provision of External Audit Services for the period 2020-2023, three bids were received for this tender.

The Board also opened one tender for Tatweer Petroleum, to provide specialists in the operation of heavy lifting equipment and equipment, three bids received for this tender.

Moreover, the Board also opened one tender for the Bahrain Real Estate Investment (Edamah) for Supply & Installation of Temporary Wayfinding & Signage for Edamah at Bilaj Al-Jazayer, five bids have been received for this tender

Finally, opened one tender for Bahrain Center for Strategic, international and Energy Studies for hosting meeting for a forum organized by the Center, and we have received two bids for this tender.

The tender process was attended by representatives of the bidding companies and companies participating in the tenders. In line with the Tender Board’s guidelines on competitiveness and fairness, the bids will be assessed on all relevant technical and financial criteria before being awarded to the best fit candidate. Full details of all tenders opened may be viewed on the Tender Board official website,


About the Tender Board:   

The Tender Board is a fully independent body, established by a Royal Decree on 7 January 2003, with a clear agenda to set up a strict regulatory mechanism that would ensure fairness and equal opportunity for all. And within such a short period of time, the Tender Board has achieved remarkable success, so much so that it now serves an international role model. A key achievement of the Tender Board has been the establishment of the highest standard of fairness in Government performance in terms of transparency and impartiality.

Through hard and constructive work, the Tender Board has extended bridges of cooperation between itself and public sector purchasing authorities on the one hand, and local and international contractors and suppliers, on the other hand. The Tender Board’s achievements over the past three years have earned it a reputation for transparency, integrity, fairness, competitiveness and equal opportunity. This has undoubtedly played a major role in boosting investors’ confidence in the nation’s economy, and enhancing the prestigious status of the Kingdom of Bahrain, both regionally and internationally.

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