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Tender evaluation

Your tender will be evaluated against pre-determined criteria and will focus on the demands of the Client and how you propose to deliver the required specification.

Selection of suppliers is based on those whose tender, in the opinion of the County Council is the most economic in terms of price, quality, functionality, and service or other factors contained in the evaluation criteria.

These criteria are detailed in the tender documents in order that tenderers are made aware of them and so can focus their bids accordingly.

You will be contacted by letter informing you whether you have been successful or unsuccessful. We will always endeavour to explain why the tender was unsuccessful and suggest improvements for future tender submissions. For tenders falling within the remit of the EU Procurement Directives, a formal debriefing is offered to all unsuccessful tenderers on request.

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