New Report Finds Hotel Quarantine Procurement Failed To Follow Proper Policies


A Victorian auditor general’s report has found government agencies involved in obtaining medical and security services for the state’s COVID-19 hotel quarantine program didn’t fully follow procurement policies.

The agencies included the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Resources, which was investigated for potentially breaching probity when it awarded a $35 million contract to a security company.

Read the full article on Government News.

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