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In December the UK Technology and Construction Court ruled that the Ministry of Defence acted in breach of its obligations of transparency and equal treatment in rejecting a tender from the incumbent supplier of, and one of the bidders selected to tender for, port, maritime and logistical services to the Royal Navy. As a result, the planned contract award has been halted and the current contract extended while the MoD determines the way forward. Lexology explains the reasoning behind the MOD’s decision, but the story highlights the importance of making the potential consequences of measurements in the selection process and their results crystal clear.

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