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TPG says bid-rigging charges ‘a cover-up’

After laying down bid-rigging charges against seven Ottawa-area IT service companies this week, the Competition Bureau is now facing bold new allegations from one of the charged, TPG Technology Consulting. ITAC chief Bernard Courtois, the Competition Bureau's acting assistant deputy commissioner and a TPG spokesperson weighs in

Spectrum auction end is no closer

Although the high bids of the 15 remaining bidders largely haven't changed in two weeks, they still want to hone their positions. An industry analyst says they'll keep going until they're out of points or money


Before the auction started, a Yankee Group analyst said the move to make room for new entrants won't be enough by itself to spur competition. Although high bids are over $4 billion, he hasn't changed his mind

Not to be confused with real architects

In IT, we love titles that come from the construction world and maybe the responsibilities of an IT architect should be more similar to those of a real architect

Lost Packets: Networking news and trivia

Technology helps us all scream for ice creamImagine having a nice scoop of freshly made ice cream coming out of a vending machine thanks...

London’s Met police plans US$1.23 billion outsourcing deal

The London Metropolitan Police Service (the Met) is taking bids for an extensive IT outsourcing contract that could be worth over

Did CIRA bend the rules?

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) changed its conflict-of-interest regulations to discourage insiders from winning CIRA contracts, but then went ahead and gave a $30,000 technology project to one of its own directors.

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