This is mainly relevant to stakeholders and may not be useful to bidders or contractors (except, perhaps, in the case of subcontracting).
Did you leave something out of your contract in the drafting stage? Or do you perhaps wish to make a clarification? Fortunately, ContractComplete supports creating addendums during the tendering phase of a contract.
It's important to note that you can make any change you wish to a contract in the tendering phase. But it is up to you whether you wish to issue a formal addendum and request acknowledgements from each of the bidders. Adding or removing line items, provisional items, or documents immediately updates the view that the bidder has of the contract, but adding a formal addendum is often useful in making bidders aware that a contract has changed and that they may need to update their submission. So to summarize, the addendum process has 3 steps:
Make any and all changes to the contract documents, line items, or provisional items, or the RFP deadline
Create a PDF that describes your changes and upload it to ContractComplete as an addendum