City broke the law by shutting out public, investigators say

“A most disturbing aspect of this procurement was that evaluation committee members, after scoring and ranking respondents, discussed and decided which firms should receive contracts based on whether they were a better fit for the city,” the Inspector General’s report says. “This was in disregard for the committee’s efforts to score, tally and rank respondents and rendered the process subjective and vulnerable to favoritism and abuse.”

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