U.S. County Abandons TCS Project, Files Lawsuit
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New Delhi: India's largest software services exporter, Tata Consultancy Services, has been slapped with a lawsuit by Orange County in California for making "a series of false promises and intentional misrepresentations" during the bidding process for a contract.



TCS declined to comment on the issue, citing it as a legal matter.



The issue relates to a contract for development of a tax collection and management system for Orange County in 2007-2008. TCS won the bid for the job for an amount of about $8 million.



According to the contract, Tata America International Corporation (TCS America) was to develop and implement the Property Tax Management System Project for Orange County.



The lawsuit was filed in April this year in the California Central District Court, people with knowledge of the development said.



It alleges that TCS made "a series of false promises and intentional misrepresentations" during the bidding process and "made promises to complete the project on a budget and according to a timeline with which they had no intention of complying."



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Source: PTI
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