US Claims Ottawa’s New Jet RFP Biased Against F-35, Canada Considers More Arctic Coast Guards Ships, and Study Shows Procurement Technology Gap

This week’s newsreel features Washington’s attack on Ottawa’s fighter jet RFP, Canada’s plan for more Arctic coast guard ships, Alberta’s review of crude-by-rail contracts, Oracle’s renewed lawsuit against the Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud program, and more litigation involving bid-rigging, kickbacks, and fraudulent spending schemes. In global news, the UK faces Brexit ferry fines, Panama’s election is overshadowed by an ongoing bribery scandal, Ethiopia lays multiple corruption charges, Albania’s PM is accused of lavish spending, Trinidad’s new airport kiosks come under fire, Italy launches a new eProcurement system, and a new report underscores outdated technology in the procurement industry.

US Claims Ottawa’s New Jet RFP Biased Against F-35

Canada Considers More Arctic Coast Guards Ships

Alberta Reviews Crude-by-Rail Contracts

Oracle Renews Challenge of $10 Billion Cloud Procurement

Contractor Guilty in $45 Million Bid-Rigging Scheme

Military Contractor Pays $2 Million to Settle Kickback Case

Broward County Employee Charged with P-Card Misuse

UK Warned of Brexit Ferry Procurement Risks

Odebrecht Scandal Impacts Panama’s Election

Ethiopia Charges Ex-Procurement Officials With Corruption

Albanian PM Accused of Lavish Spending

Trinidad’s New Airport Scanner Deal Under Fire

Italy Launches New eProcurement System

Study Shows Procurement Technology Gap

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