Unit Price Omission Renders Bid Non-Compliant and Mexican Telcos in Bid Protest Standoff Over Pemex Award

By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler

This week’s newsreel includes a Legal Update by Procurement Law Office Counsel Anna Krol on a recent lost profit ruling by the Newfoundland Supreme Court in a municipal non-compliant bid dispute, along with a scathing Newfoundland procurement audit that may lead to criminal charges against school board employees. Other notable news included charges laid against employees in a Connecticut kickback scheme, multiple Ghanaian agencies facing prosecution over procurement breaches, audit irregularities and open procurement reforms in the Philippines, questionable sole-sourcing by Pakistan’s highway agency, and a Mexican bid protest standoff over a Pemex telecommunications deal.

Legal Update

Unit Price Omission Renders Bid Non-Compliant by Anna Krol

News Update

Newfoundland Auditor Slams School Board Procurement

Employees Facing Potential Criminal Charges Over Newfoundland Audit

Connecticut Launches Lawsuit Against Employees in Kickback Scheme

Eight Ghanaian Agencies Face Prosecution Under Procurement Laws

Audit Finds Irregularities in Philippine Housing Program

Audit Finds Irregularities in Philippine Housing Program

Philippines Opens Procurement to Foreign Suppliers

Pakistan Highway Authority Sole-Sources Toll Collection Contracts

Mexican Telcos in Bid Protest Standoff Over Pemex Award

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