Alcatel letter

A letter to be sent at the conclusion of a procurement to unsuccessful suppliers providing prescribed details of the tender evaluation scores. Each unsuccessful supplier is entitled to their own and the successful supplier’s score. The Standstill period (www.practicallaw.com/9-385-1366) does not start until the letters have been dispatched.

The requirement to provide these details was established in case of Alcatel Austria v Bundesministerium fuer Wissenshaft und Verkehr (C-81/98) and is now set out in Regulation 32 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/5).

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