Global Newsreel for February 25, 2019

New Brunswick Fights Back Against Negative Audit, Western Canada Expands Bid Protest Mechanism, and Kenyan Garbage Tender Under Fire For Anomalies By Paul Emanuelli and Jenna Peacock In this week’s newsreel, New Brunswick fights back against a negative audit report, Western [...]

Global Newsreel for October 1, 2018

Newfoundland Audit Finds Unethical Spending and the Pentagon Prioritizes Security in IT Procurement By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel features a Newfoundland audit summary by Procurement Law Office Legal Counsel Anna Krol, along with news of a [...]

Frontier Justice and the End of Contract A [Recording Available]

For those still using Contract A tendering formats, the June 2018 Yukon Court of Appeal decision in Mega Reporting Inc. v. Yukon serves as a last call to finally part company with the unclear Contract A rules and join the [...]

Global Newsreel for March 12, 2018

Canadian Government needs more money for bid evaluations, India adopts reverse auction and the cost of being a Google City By: Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week, our Media Monitoring Team is taking note of the $54 million the [...]

Court Awards Damages for Flawed Evaluation

By Paul Emanuelli This article is an excerpt from Government Procurement, which is available for purchase. In its November 2017 decision in Mega Reporting Inc. v. Yukon, the Supreme Court of Yukon found the government liable for conducting a flawed evaluation. The [...]

Deadline Ambiguity Triggers Yukon Bid Battle

By Paul Emanuelli This article is an excerpt from The Art of Tendering: A Global Due Diligence Guide, which is available for purchase. In its September 2013 decision in Yukon (Department of Highways and Public Works) v. P.S. Sidhu Trucking, the Yukon Territory [...]