New ServicesAsk your questions about duty provider crime tender process via webchat

Ask your questions about duty provider crime tender process via webchat

A one hour webchat on the duty provider tender process will take place at 2pm on Tuesday 23 September where experts on the tender process for 2015 duty provider crime contracts will be on hand to answer questions.

A one hour webchat on the duty provider tender process will take place at 2pm on Tuesday 23 September 2014 by the Legal Aid Agency.

Experts on the tender process for 2015 duty provider crime contracts will be on hand to answer your questions and the scope of the web chat will be limited to questions directly related to the tender process.

The public can start submitting questions in advance from 10am Monday 22 September 2014 by visiting the webchat page.

The Agency may not be able to answer all questions during the live webchat and some questions may require a more detailed response. Any questions they are unable to answer or which need a more detailed response will be looked at after the event and our responses added to the transcript.

The transcript will remain available to read on the webchat page after the live chat closes.

 

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