US giant's Three Waters win could be unwound

US giant's Three Waters win could be unwound
National says drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems are failing. But it doesn't agree with the former government's fix. (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Stevenson
The Three Waters software contract awarded to Koch-owned United States giant Infor would likely have an “off-ramp”, said the Department of Internal Affairs. New Zealand software company Gentrack said the government should investigate how Infor and German multinational SAP came to fight for a $107.5 million contract to provide software for the 10 proposed Three Waters entities in a closed tender process. Gentrack chief executive Gary Miles said Infor won the contract under “really strange circumstances” that gav...

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