New Zealand considers protecting construction companies from themselves, Cayman faces a cruise contract referendum, and Nova Scotia rules in a $2 million fraud case

By Julia Mills

The top stories from the world of government procurement this week include a ruling in a $2 million fraud case, a senator trying to curb frivolous end-of-year spending on lobster and video games, and more contract uncertainty due to Brexit.

New Zealand Tackles Construction Lowballing

Cayman Cruise Contract Prompts Referendum

Nova Scotia Rules in $2 Million Fraud Case

Australia Awards Controversial Immigration Contract

US Air Force Defends Two-Vendor Contract Split

US Senator Targets End-of-Year Spending

UK Considers Putting Amazon on Notice

UK Faces Contract Uncertainty Due to Brexit

Egypt Looks to Expand Sole-Sourcing

Ontario City Reviews Executive Privilege

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