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MoJ receives more than 80 ITT submissions for rehabilitation contracts

Sep 17, 2014

Justice Secretary, The Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, recently released information to show that over 80 bid submissions are currently being evaluated by the Government, as part of their fight against reoffending and improving rehabilitation. This means that there is over four bidders per region, with more than half of all submissions coming from charities, mutual or social enterprise. All businesses already have experience working in the criminal justice system or with offenders, and their main aim will be to work closely with them to help turn their lives around. Thornton and Lowe works with these client groups on a regular basis, as well as healthcare, housing associations and support organisations with their PQQ and ITT needs, securing multi-million pound contracts to provide support and guidance to vulnerable client groups. Thornton & Lowe Director, Dave Thornton, was delighted with the number of applications and urged more to follow suit. He said: “We've been keeping a close eye on government-sector contracts for a while now, and it’s fantastic to see the number of bids for this one contract. “What this shows is that following EU procurement reforms, businesses are looking at issues with a fresh approach to give themselves the highest-possible chance of success for them as an organisation, but importantly showcasing how they can deliver the project better than the competition and on budget too!” If you’re an organisation looking to tender for any government or public-sector contract, please contact one of our teams across the country… Greater Manchester: 01204 238 046, central Scotland: 01334 208 312, Midlands: 0121 523 1051, email:, or visit

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