Microsoft Fined $8.7 Million USD in Hungarian Bid-Rigging Case, Trade War Sparks Mass Exodus from China, and Annapolis Mayor Introduces Municipal Procurement Code

By Paul Emanuelli

In this week’s newsreel, Microsoft is fined in a Hungarian bid-rigging and bribery case, China faces a mass trade war exodus, a federal ruling restricts litigation costs, HHS pulls the plug on central government contracts, the military awards a billion-dollar anti-sub deal, an Arizona broadband award is stalled by a bid protest, Ohio faces municipal social justice contracting controversies, and Annapolis introduces a new procurement code.

Microsoft Fined $8.7 Million USD in Hungarian Bid-Rigging Case

Trade War Sparks Mass Exodus from China

Ruling Restricts Litigation Costs in Government Contracts

HHS Pulls Plug on Centralized Federal Contracts

Federal Government Awards $1 Billion Anti-Sub Deal

Bid Protest Stalls Arizona Broadband Award

Racial and Gender Disparities in Columbus Contracts

Federal Fraud Charges in Dayton Social Justice Awards

Annapolis Mayor Introduces Municipal Procurement Code