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If, under a professional license, one submits a bid for a Municipal RFP, and the terms in the RFP indicate that the data provided must not be shared with any third party. During the underwriting process, it is discovered by bidder that an existing contractor is overcharging the Municipality (taxpayers) by tens of millions of dollars, is the licensee bound by the non disclosure in the RFP? What action may be taken by the Municipality against the licensee?
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Thanks, John. That's kind of what I thought about everything you have said, so good confirmation.
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