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I have  put a tender for external suppliers to provide cleaning services for my building and conduct a monthly fire inspection. All suppliers are required to put through applications and submissions why they are preferred supplier and I am required to make decision to whom:

[1 decision] - outsource the cleaning job

[2nd decision] to decide who will give the job for the monthly fire inspections.

At the end of the process, I am required to issue reasons for our decisions or reasons for decision to all suppliers who do not win the jobs.

[Assuming i have to write more that one reasons and it comprised of two decisions, one the cleaning and second the monthly fire inspection]

Which one is grammatically correct "reasons for our decisions or reasons for decision?  Thanks

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