The following graph shows notices grouped by type in the last five years.
Prior Information Notice
'Prior Information Notices'—or PINs—typically allow clients to forewarn the market of their procurement intentions within the next 12 months to allow bidders to prepare to bid for the contract before the procurement process officially begins. Under the Public Contract Regulations 2015 regulation 48 they may also be used as a call for competition for restricted procedures, and competitive procedures by negotiation making it possible to accelerate clients’ selection processes by 30 days or more.
'Restricted Procedures' are those procedures in which any economic operator may request to participate and whereby only those invited forward by the contracting authority on the basis of compliance and assessment of a PQQ response or in the case of Design Contest by other restrictions, may submit a tender.
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