The Cayman Islands Auditor General’s office says a different company should have been awarded a 2013 contract to remove scrap metal from the Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac landfills.
According to a report released this week from the AG’s office, the Department of Environmental Health’s tender committee did not use proper calculations for evaluating proposals from two companies, Cardinal D and Island Builders.
Cardinal D was awarded the contract.
The AG’s office says there’s no evidence of unethical behaviour but believes the scoring method was incorrect and that Island Builders should have won the contract.
The AG’s office calls for improvement in Government’s procurement policy and legislation.