Telekom Malaysia, Celcom Axiata and Maxis replace YTL to provide internet services to schools.
Exco members says strict action will be taken against those guilty of such corrupt practices.
Penang hopes to have water taxis connecting Tanjung Tokong, Jelutong, George Town, Bayan Baru and Bayan Lepas on the island.
The minister says 95% of contracts under the previous government were offered through restricted tenders and direct negotiations.
Lawyer Sitpah Selvaratnam expects tenders for the sale of the luxury yacht to be issued by the end of the month.
UM's Edmund Terence Gomez says the government must ensure that those taking over the stakes in GLCs have the capacity and financing to take the companies forward.
Crucial to prevent wastage as about RM100 billion a year spent in government procurement, says new works minister.
He is the second person to be detained in connection with the case.
Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad responds to concerns on a monopoly by Pharmaniaga, says other vendors also supply directly to ministry facilities.
The purchases were not made according to technical specifications and needs of KTMB, it alleges.
Singapore Land Transport Authority says plans are on track to begin the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore express service by 2026.
Malaysia and Singapore to jointly conduct a second industry briefing on Sept 26.
Lim Guan Eng had made a call to ensure all deals are made through open tenders during a debate on the MACC bill at the Dewan Rakyat in 2008.
Former opposition leader says collection from GST will go to waste if leakages in government spending are not tackled.
Malaysian companies are more suitable for the civil infrastructure part of the project because it involves building the stations, viaducts and other structures, says MyHSR Corporation.
Transparency, no element of corruption, and implementation on schedule are the factors, says Tengku Adnan