Civil society organisations involved in all but one of the Transforming Rehabilitation preferred bidders
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Civil society organisations involved in all but one of the Transforming Rehabilitation preferred bidders

29 Oct 2014 | Finance | Kirsty Weakley

Preferred bidders in 20 out of 21 of the Transforming Rehabilitation contract areas include civil society bodies as partner organisations, according to a list published today by the Ministry of Justice.

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Civil society organisations involved in all but one of the Transforming Rehabilitation preferred bidders

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