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Senate Pushes for Parliament to have Veto Power Over Procurements

by Cameron Sinclair •
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Parliament will be given veto powers over large consulting contracts if the government follows the recommendations of a senate committee calling for significant reforms to procurement rules and practices to improve transparency, better manage conflicts of interest, and reduce the chances of supplier underperformance. 

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