An Israel-based software developer has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli Cabinet and the state of Israel, alleging that the state’s procurement process has failed to recognize the importance of software development in the country’s future.
The lawsuit, filed in the Supreme Court on Thursday, claims that the government has failed in its efforts to acquire software developers to develop its software.
In a statement, the Ministry of the Interior said it was aware of the lawsuit and has taken legal action against it.
“The ministry is committed to developing a system that is transparent, effective and is based on the principles of meritocracy, accountability and transparency,” the statement said.
“The ministry will take the necessary steps to ensure that our procurement processes are based on meritocracy and fair competition, including a transparent evaluation process, in order to ensure fair competition,” it said.
The complaint seeks damages of “ten million shekels ($2,500) for each of the three plaintiffs, for the cost of the investigation and prosecution, and for exemplary damages.”
We are convinced that the system is not based on a meritocracy.
We are confident that the cabinet will implement the findings of the probe,” the ministry said.
According to the Ministry, the system was introduced in 2014 and implemented by the government in 2016.
It said that in 2014, the software developer program was established by the ministry, and that the department has been responsible for the development and implementation of the software development system.
The ministry said that the program is intended to facilitate the creation of innovative software solutions for the Israeli economy, and to provide the government with a foundation for creating a sustainable software industry in the future.
It also said that software developers have contributed to the government’s overall economic growth.
The program was initially launched in 2014 to provide government services, including procurement of goods, but the ministry says it has expanded the program to include a variety of sectors, such as software development, software engineering and development.
The system was launched in November 2015 and began in 2019.
In 2018, the ministry announced a new software development program, which was supposed to be implemented in 2019 but has yet to be launched.
The software development department has said that it is aware of several instances of alleged fraud in the program.
In June 2016, the government said it would begin implementing a software development project in the field of energy and water, and said it hoped to begin the program by the end of 2020.
The government said in 2016 that it had awarded a contract worth $6.5 million for a software program that would be implemented by 2020.