Japan under fire for American plane purchases, lack of post-selection verification causing problems in the Philippines, and Montreal sues contractors for corruption

By Paul Emanuelli

In this week’s global newsreel update, Japan takes heat for always purchasing American planes, the Philippines has their post-selection practices questioned, Texans are kept in the dark about a taxpayer-funded office space lease, and Kenya Ports Authority’s shady practices are put on notice.

Japan’s American Tanker and Transport Plane Purchases Under Fire

Philippines’ Lack of Post-Selection Scrutiny Under Review

Montreal Sues for $26 Million CAD Over Construction Collusion

No Qualified Bidders Leads to Retender for EU Social Fund

Office Space Lease Cost Kept Secret from Texan Taxpayers

Kenya Ports Authority in Hot Water Over Corruption Charges

Indigenous-Led Aid Contract Award First for Australian DFAT

Proper Process Reportedly Missing from Cayman Health Facility Contracts

Allegations of Rigged Tender for Indian Electrical Contract

Guam Government’s Handling of Bid Protest Questioned

Procurement Fraud Blamed for 30% of Lost Nigerian Resources

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