It’s a secret!

… Cliff Nordal confirmed that no competitive bidding process was followed despite a policy requiring quotes for expenditures of $25,000 or more. Contracts larger than those would have normally had Nordal’s signature.
… For nearly two months, London’s hospital chief didn’t tell regulators about an internal audit that found one of his vice- presidents approved paying the company of a former colleague $3 million without competitive bidding or authorization.
… London’s hospital chief refused to make public this week a study that details the cost to demolish hospital buildings on South Street.
… Through a spokesperson, Nordal said the hospital wouldn’t consider whether to make the study public until a vice-president involved with it returns Oct. 20 from holidays.
“We’re not going to consider releasing the report until (he) returns from his vacation,” said hospital spokesperson Sarah Corrigan. “As far as we know, it’s not a public report.”From various reports

Nordal secret2From various stories in The London Free Press:

… Cliff Nordal confirmed that no competitive bidding process was followed despite a policy requiring quotes for expenditures of $25,000 or more. Contracts [larger] than those would have normally had Nordal’s signature.

… For nearly two months, London’s hospital chief didn’t tell regulators about an internal audit that found one of his vice- presidents approved paying the company of a former colleague $3 million without competitive bidding or authorization.

… London’s hospital chief refused to make public this week a study that details the cost to demolish hospital buildings on South Street.

… Through [a] spokesperson, Nordal said the hospital wouldn’t consider whether to make the study public until a vice-president involved with it returns Oct. 20 from holidays.

“We’re not going to consider releasing the report until (he) returns from his vacation,” said [the] hospital spokesperson. “As far as we know, it’s not a public report.”

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