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He came from an authority which put the service out to compulsory competitive tender some time ago.
Suppliers who are seeking to win a competitive tender go through a bidding process.
After a research project and a competitive tender in 1879, a new model rifle was chosen as the replacement.
France promised to take action but has still not introduced open and competitive tenders in several important areas.
The key requirement in any competitive tender is to ensure that...
We were running a very competitive tender here."
His sports minister has promised an investigation into a series of contracts awarded without competitive tenders.
We also found that potential customers were using our comparatively cheap rates as a means of driving down the contract price during competitive tenders.
'The thing is, Liz, any competitive tender is bound to involve a certain degree of conflict.
An independent regulator was appointed June, 2006 and launched competitive tenders to license new telecom services.
The company was selected following a competitive tender in May 1977, with contract negotiations completed on 3 November 1977.
Spinning off the units is supposed to be a transparent process, with independent appraisals of the properties for sale and competitive tenders.
However, local authorities and PTEs are normally required to seek competitive tenders for these services.
Hewitt, now a nonexecutive director of BT, declined to intervene, saying it was "a competitive tender between two commercial companies".
SQH had planned to seek potential strategic partners through competitive tenders before February 2010.
"Open and competitive tenders are an essential safeguard against corruption," said Jonathan Todd, the commission's spokesman on internal market issues.
Ferguson’s recently lost a competitive tender to a company called Remontowa in Gdansk in Poland.
Datacom lost the contract to Talent 2, the creators of Novopay, in a competitive tender in 2005.
(2) But on a sale by auction or by competitive tender the buyer is not in any circumstances to be regarded as dealing as consumer.
In 2003 a competitive tender was held to find a new operator for the suburban passenger services, which Tranz Rail did not bid for.
A new channel, Channel 5, will also be allocated by competitive tender reaching about 70 per cent of the UK.
The Inland Revenue is seeking competitive tenders to assess whether a strategic contract with a major private sector computing supplier would be beneficial.
Borodin has contested the legality of this on a number of grounds, including that competitive tender ought to have been used to maximise the share price.
The Local Government Act 1988 required local councils to put out to competitive tender the provision of a wide range of local services.
The allocation of $5 million toward coverage of the 2008 Olympics, the rights for which are secured by a competitive tender between broadcasters, was possibly the most controversial.
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