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Last edited 30 Sep 2021
Route to market
Government Functional Standard, GovS 008: Commercial, Version: 2.0, published by HM Government in September 2021, suggests: ‘The route to market is the approach selected to invite an offer or offers from the supply market. Example routes to market include using existing government framework agreements, open competition, restricted competition, direct award and changes to an existing contract. Note: permitted routes to market are often restricted by public procurement regulations.’
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