The Crime Duty Contract tender is an extremely complex and challenging exericse. The LAA published the final ‘frequently asked questions‘ yesterday. They can be found at the top of the documents. If you are printing them off, watch out, as they change orientation from portrait to landscape at page 50, so you will need to change your printer setting part way through the document.
They add to the documentation which the LAA published in November, see our post. Bidders will also need to familiarise themselves with the 2015 Crime Duty Contract.
At 142 pages, they are just slightly shorter than the information for applicants and are essential reading for any firm which is working on its bid. The closing date for submitting a bid is 29 January at noon.