There were valid reasons for the state to award no-bid contracts in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic to expedite purchases of personal protective equipment and other medical supplies. But there is no reason to continue that practice today, regardless of whether the state still is under an emergency order.

One of those no-bid contracts awarded last year went to a company that now is at the center of controversy over a data breach affecting thousands of Pennsylvania residents.

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