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Our ref: [Insert Authority's reference]
Your ref: [Insert successful tenderer’s reference]
[Insert name of successful tenderer]
By email: [Insert successful tenderer’s email address]
Dear Dear [insert organisation name]
[Contract OR Framework] for [insert details] (‘the [Contract OR Framework]’)
OJEU Notice: [Insert details of contract notice OR PIN plus invitation to confirm interest]
Notice of contract award decision
Subject to contract
We have now concluded the tender evaluation process. I am sorry toinform you that you were unsuccessful in your tender to [insert Authority name] (‘the Authority’) for [the above Contract OR a place on the above Framework].
[The Contract was OR Places on the Framework were] awarded on the basis of the award criteria set out in the Invitation to [Tender OR Negotiate OR Participate in Dialogue]. The successful tenderer was [insert name].
I attach a table setting out your scores and those of the successful tenderer under each of those award criteria.
The reasons for our decision, including the characteristics and relative advantages of the success
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