New Integrity Regime of Procurement Rules Still Tilts Toward Punishment
July 13, 2015
Every year, the federal government buys more than $16-billion worth of goods and services. As a manager of other people's – taxpayers' – money, the government has a clear incentive to protect the integrity of the procurement process and to avoid doing business with companies that have engaged in fraud, bid-rigging, bribery and other misconduct. Written by Milos Barutciski and Matthew Kronby and published in the Globe and Mail's Report on Business.