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Dealing with clients

The task of identifying conflicts of interest during the procurement process is chiefly the buyer’s responsibility. If you’re submitting a bid, though, it’s still a good idea for you to be careful.

In this seed, we’re going to look at a selection of potentially problematic situations that you could face when dealing with a client.

  • How should you respond if, for example, a client suggests that you’ll be given preferential treatment in a call for bids?
  • What does the law say about situations like this?