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Opposition MPs raise concerns around procurement policies, security oversight following cancelled $6.8-million standing offer with Chinese company Nuctech

Opposition MPs continue to question why the federal government’s security apparatus did not play a larger role throughout the procurement process following the recent cancellation of a standing offer with partially state-owned Chinese security company Nuctech for the installation and operation of X-ray scanners in Canadian embassies around the world.

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Mike Lapointe

Mike Lapointe joined the The Hill Times in June 2019 and covers the federal public service, deputy ministers, the Privy Council Office, public service unions, the Phoenix pay system, the machinery of government, and the Parliament Hill media.
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