The following graph shows services notices grouped by notice type. Use the options at the bottom of the page to compare different procedure types. (Note that data for the current year is not complete.)
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.
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[-] Prior Information Notice[+] Corrigenda[+] Additional Information[-] Contract Notice[+] Contract Award Notice[+] Works Concession[+] Design Contest[+] Works Contracts Awarded by the Concessionnaire[+] Concession Award Notice[-] Results of design contests[+] Voluntary Ex Ante Transparency Notice[+] Dynamic Purchasing System