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 since Canada has no pilots to fly its used Australian jets, a massive overtime bill in the ongoing Phoenix fiasco, the UK announcing a new “social value” procurement scheme, a Florida judge striking down an AIDS care contract award, a Cayman company winning a renewal energy deal in Barbuda, an Australian productivity review targeting procurement processes, and a new bid protest in Canada’s $60 billion ship building program.

By Paul Emanuelli

News Update

Fighter Jet Program Another Canadian Military Procurement in Shambles

No Canadian Pilots for Used Australian Jets

Government Racks Up $11 Million in Overtime Fixing Phoenix Fiasco

UK Government Announces “Social Value” Procurement Scheme

Florida Judge Strikes Down AIDS Care Contract

Cayman Company Wins Barbuda Energy Deal

Australian Productivity Commission Targets Procurement Practices

Bid Protest Over Design Deal in $60 Billion Canadian Ship Building Program

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