Global Newsreel January 14, 2019

Judge Rules For Brampton in $28.5 Million Lost Profit Lawsuit, New California Governor Calls for Faster Procurement, and Small Incumbent Cut Out of Large Retender By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock This week’s newsreel includes an Ontario court decision for Brampton [...]

Global Newsreel January 7, 2019

Competition Bureau and DCC Join Forces to Fight Bid-Rigging, US Reforms Call for More Transparency and a Museum Tender Gets Cancelled Over Unfair Insider Advantage Concerns By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel features highlights from the end of [...]

Global Newsreel December 17, 2018

South African Suppliers Call For Local Content Rules, India Applies Local Preference to Auto Tenders, and Bombardier Loses VIA Train Tender By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel includes a New Brunswick case allowing a low-bid bypass for local preference, [...]

Global Newsreel December 10, 2018

Ontario Audit Questions Waterfront Toronto RFP, Risk of “Raw Deal” in Military Sole-Sourcing, and CARICOM Portal Opens Bidding Across Caribbean By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel highlights include audit concerns over advanced disclosures and tight bid timeframes in Waterfront [...]

Global Newsreel December 3, 2018

Trinidad Completes Offshore Oil Project, Trade Deal Means No VIA Local Preference for Bombardier, and Architects Question Ghana’s Cathedral Project By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel features the latest stories from the world of procurement, including a new offshore [...]

Global Newsreel November 26, 2018

Fighter Jet Program Another Canadian Military Procurement in Shambles, No Canadian Pilots for Used Australian Jets, and Bid Protest Over Design Deal in $60 Billion Canadian Ship Building Program This week’s newsreel highlights include ongoing turbulence on the fighter jet file [...]

Global Newsreel November 19, 2018

California High-Speed Rail Billions Over Budget, Britain Faces Recession Due to Brexit Gamble and Whistleblowing Leads to Nepotism Termination By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock This week’s newsreel features presentation slides on The Five Inherent Risk Factors that kick off [...]

Global Newsreel November 12, 2018

Canada Moves Ahead with Overbudget Ship and Arachnophobia Costs Thousands By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock This week’s highlights focus Canada's go-ahead on an overbudget Canadian ship project, Florida pulling the plug on an overbudget ferry, Manitoba and Trinidad and property [...]

Global Newsreel November 5, 2018

Canada’s Supreme Court Rules Against Reopening 65-Year Old Contract and the Trans-Pacific Partnership is Ratified By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock This week our media monitoring team was tracking a Canadian court blocking the reopening of a 65-year old [...]

Global Newsreel October 29, 2018

Canada Selects Lougheed Martin for Ship Design Deal and Zimbabwe Seeks More Transparency With Procurement Reforms By Paul Emanuelli and Candace Hurlock In this week’s newsreel highlights Canada starts negotiations with Lougheed Martin to award the design deal in its [...]