Swedish bureaucrats battle private firms for Sida market
BusinessJuly 17, 2006
When Sida put the contract for capacity building of Serbia’s land management authority out for tender, two private firms - BlomInfo and Orgut - won and the Swedish cadastral agency, National Land Survey (NLS) of Sweden, bitterly complained. In the second phase of the project, NLS prevailed; Sida gave the state agency the contract, worth over SEK 25 million for three years, without competitive tender.
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