Friday, 17 June 2011

Wokingham start 'Competitive Dialogue' process in its bid to privatise libraries
"Competitive dialogue is a public-sector tendering option that allows for bidders to develop alternative proposals in response to a client’s outline requirements. Only when their proposals are developed to sufficient detail are tenderers invited to submit competitive bids. The aims are to increase value by encouraging innovation and to maintain competitive pressure in bidding for complex contracts.
Competitive dialogue was designed to facilitate all manner of complex purchases, from PFI hospitals to weapons systems, and its use on complex deals such as Building Schools for the Future (BSF) will have further implications for the attraction of PPP/PFI opportunities in the contractor marketplace."

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