By competitive tendering
at 1 supplier of contract selected.
But once you go down the competitive tendering
route, you have to play by the EU rules and accept that the best bid may not be the incumbent state-owned operator.
Freemont says the cost is excessive and could have been reduced had the council gone to competitive tendering
The firms that came through the competitive tendering
process are DAC Beachcroft, Eversheds, Geldards Hill Dickinson, Hugh James and Morgan Cole.
Almost all appointments are made through a competitive tendering
processes and this is no different from utilising specialist skills in other areas such as lawyers, property advice or accountancy support.
Traditionally, urban regeneration projects have been delivered through competitive tendering
, but major weaknesses led policymakers to investigate alternative procurement methods.
Unlike other provinces, Saskatchewan is the only province to use a competitive tendering
process to purchase generic drugs, which Saskatchewan Health estimates saved its residents about $13 million in 2000-01.
With the passing of the Local government (competitive tendering
) act 1994 Victoria's public library sector became the first in the world to be exposed to compulsory competitive tendering
Keith Greetham told the Sunday Mercury he would consider launching a legal challenge against the city council if the management contract, currently renewed to the NEC Group on a rolling basis, was not opened up to competitive tendering
It replaces compulsory competitive tendering
and Cllr Harvey said: "Compulsory competitive tendering
turned out to be a straitjacket, concentrating mainly on price, and stifling innovation and improvement
Keystone was chosen through a competitive tendering
Support of offshore oil & gas drilling operations and construction support are shown as the largest sectors, together with submarine cable maintenance - but this activity is mostly not open to competitive tendering