In response to a protest filed March 3 by Island Business System and Supply a stay has been placed on the procurement of a much-needed upgrade to the scanning services at the Department of Land Management. "Anytime there is a protest for [a request for proposal] there is an immediate stay on the procurement "" said George B. Tydingco management analyst IV for the department. ""When something like [the protest] happens nothing moves and there's no discussion . . .
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