Auditor-General looks at government procurement processes after Fuji Xerox scandal

Sophie Boot
Mon, 10 Jul 2017

By Sophie Boot July 10 (BusinessDesk) - The Auditor-General is considering bringing forward a review of government procurement after financial irregularities at Fuji Xerox, which has an all-of-government contract. However, he will wait for a Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment investigation into the contracts before deciding whether he needs to act on the issue. Japanese parent Fujifilm Holdings last month released a report by an independent investigation committee which revealed "inappropriate accounting" in operations in...

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