Political Interference in Pentagon Cloud Protest, Oracle Loses Bid Protest Over $10 Billion Cloud Deal, and China Considers Opening Doors to Foreign Bids

By Paul Emanuelli

In this week’s newsreel, lawmakers lobby for presidential interference in a Pentagon bid protest, Trudeau is accused of electioneering with ship contracts, the Feds flog costly P3s on small municipalities, a local council stalls on a library bid award, Métis leaders deny contracting irregularities, Vegas’ mayor fights bid rigging claims, and “Buy-American” policies hammer Canadian steel while causing cost increases and delays.

Meanwhile, in global news, Kenya publishes price lists to fight political manipulation, Cyprus faces class actions over a backdoor marina deal, and China considers opening its doors to foreign bids.

Political Interference in Pentagon Cloud Protest

Oracle Loses Bid Protest Over $10 Billion Cloud Deal

Trudeau Accused of Electioneering on $1.5B Ship Deals

Feds Flog Costly P3 Model on Small Municipalities

Local Council Stalls Library Bid Award

Métis Finance Minister Denies Contract Interference

Vegas Mayor Fights Bid Rigging Claims

“Buy American” Hammers Canadian Steel

US Protectionism Causes Delays and Higher Costs

Kenya Publishes Price Lists to Fight Price Gouging

Class Actions Over Cyprus Back Door Marina Deal

China Considers Opening Doors to Foreign Bids

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