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Russell Webster

Russell Webster

Criminal Justice & substance misuse expert and author of this blog.

Who is bidding for your probation area?

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The MoJ announced the names of the 30 organisations who passed the requirements of the PQQ stage of the Transforming Rehabilitation competition for new probation contracts just before Christmas (19 December 2013). It then asked these 30 bidders to confirm which of the 21 Contract Package Areas they wished to bid for by 22nd January this year.

NOTE: The preferred bidders were announced on 29 October 2014.

Transforming Rehabilitation Competition

The MoJ announced the names of the 30 organisations who passed the requirements of the PQQ stage of the Transforming Rehabilitation competition for new probation contracts just before Christmas (19 December 2013). It then asked these 30 bidders to confirm which of the 21 Contract Package Areas they wished to bid for by 22nd January this year.

Last week, the MoJ shared this information. As you can see from my map below, the level of competition varies considerably. Two of the largest areas, London and Wales, are being fought over by just three bidders each. On the other hand, several CPAs are being contested by 8 or 9 bidders (or even 10 in the case of Staffordshire and the West Midlands).

In order to read all the information, I suggest you click on the image to make it as large as possible.

 

CPA-Map-with-bidders-19-Feb

 

You can find out more about these organisations via an earlier post of mine.

 

 

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