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Despite a number of high-profile procurement corruption scandals, procurement reforms expected in the proposed state budget have been left out. “The budget does not include needed reforms to the state’s procurement practices to better ensure spending accountability and transparency,” Comptroller Tom DiNapoli said in a statement. “Hopefully before the end of session, the procurement reforms my office has advanced will be addressed.”

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