Welcome to the Legal Aid Agency's eTendering portal

The Legal Aid Agency offers contracts for tender through this easy-to-use online portal. This includes applications for contracts to deliver legal services, including Crime, VHCC, Civil and telephone advice contracts.

If you are new to eTendering or are not a regular user you may wish to spend some time understanding the system. Click on the Technical Support and Guidance link on the right of this page to access the generic eTendering guidance documents and Quick Guides that take you through how to use the system. Further information and documents for each tender process is available within the relevant ITT/SQ.

Questions on the requirements or criteria within each Invitation to Tender (ITT) or Selection Questionnaire (SQ), including queries about information contained in the tender documentation should be submitted via the message boards for the relevant ITT or SQ.

Technical queries regarding the use of this eTendering system should be directed to the LAA's eTendering Helpdesk.

Further information on how to ask questions, including any applicable deadline, is available in the relevant Information For Applicants document.

If your organisation has not already created a registration in this portal you will need to register your details and create a username and a password to respond to tender opportunities. You will need this information to enter the site each time you visit so keep it secure. You can access help from this website if you forget your password.


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