What is a standstill period in corporate travel?

Short, sweet and straight to the point, we’re drilling down into what a standstill period is in the business travel industry – in just 50 seconds…

The Alactel mandatory standstill period refers to a minimum of ten days following an award decision. This applies to every contract that the OJEU tenders, before parties sign.

The purpose of this period is to allow unsuccessful bidders to challenge the decision.

 

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