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Other bidder raises concerns about process

HARRISBURG – A company that dropped its pursuit of a contract to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery said that it could not get some of its questions answered by the Corbett administration and that a requirement that applicants submit a business plan before seeing a final copy of the agreement was unfair. The company, GTECH Corp. of Rhode Island, made the complaints in a Nov. 6 letter to the financial consultant advising the administration in its move to hire a private lottery manager. GTECH’s letter was released by state officials, who said Wednesday that the process was fair and complied with procurement rules.

The administration awarded the contract Friday to the sole remaining bidder, Camelot Global Services of London.

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