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Last edited 29 Apr 2020
‘A tender procedure that uses a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire, but then allows negotiation with tenderers before Contract award and used only in certain circumstances of urgency or high degree of technical complexity.’
A negotiated procedure without notice is a negotiated procedure in which the procuring body: ‘…does not place and advertisement in the OJEU, as it intends to negotiate a contract with a specific (usually specialist) supplier and used only in rare circumstances where supply is limited to one economic operator.’
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