Maintenance and servicing contracts have become widespread in many governmental departments. This presents competition among companies to maintain buildings, clean cities or do similar work. Companies visit the tendering website and read about the job and equipment required, contracts for specialized ancillary services and other field work required. These companies then evaluate the work, expected costs and the desired profit if they decide to bid – in other words, the owner of the company calculates a minimum profit that should be obtained. These companies then submit their offers and the government department gives the contract to the least charging company. The role of the commercial contractor is seen here whereby the contractor seeks to maintain and service the facilities at a lower price at the same time getting appropriate net profit. Here is the question: The contractor might spend huge amounts of money which were not taken into account at time of contacting and end up operating at a loss, or the work might finish without the contractor having to spend the agreed amount of money. What is your opinion on this?
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