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Last edited 06 Mar 2021
Self-cleansing is: ‘The process by which candidates which have been excluded from a procurement process can demonstrate that they have taken action to remedy and areas which were the cause of their exclusion.’
Ref Guidance for public sector contracting authorities on the procurement of construction works, published by the Scottish Procurement and Property Directorate on 21 Dec 2018.
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