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You are a contract manager within an information technology department of a large retailer. You are responsible fro developing a new ecommerce web-site for the retailer. You are in process of selecting the vendor who will provide the hardware, including computer servers and networking equipment. As a project manager, you are in the Select Sellers process, and have three different vendors on your qualified sellers list who have responded to your company’s RFP. One of the vendors remaining on the qualified sellers list is NetComp Inc. you are an investor of this company. In fact, you own 2% of total outstanding shares of this company. In order to prevent any appearance of impropriety, what should you do?

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twist (someone's) words around
to restate someone's words inaccurately when quoting him or her
The supervisor twisted my words around when he repeated my complaint to the manager.

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