Government suppliers left in the dark on contract renewals

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The government's Mystery Shopper service is being used to criticise the results of its own procurement policies.

IT suppliers with existing government contracts are complaining to the Cabinet Office that they are not being given the chance to bid for their renewal. According to a Cabinet Office status repo...

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