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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Lottery contract now in question

The company that lost its bid to run the state lottery for the next six years says the deck was stacked against them. Tom Fahey leads his Under the State House Dome column in the Union Leader with that story.
Scientific Games International, the Lottery's current system provider, was on the losing end of the bid. Its price was $11 million over the Intralot price of $31 million for six years.

But SGI lawyer Robert Dunn cried foul for several reasons, including a complaint that the review panel improperly allowed Intralot to change some of the specifics in its bid, and improperly withheld documents that SGI needed to file a protest.

Lottery Commission Executive Director Ric Wisler handed SGI's complaint to the Attorney General's Office. He contends the commission followed all the rules.

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