Taxpayers and Seniors shouldn’t get stuck with the bill for poor procurement policies – A Mississippi Example

Mississippi is a warning on how bad procurement policy can cost seniors and taxpayers money when resources are tight.

60 Plus Association, American Association for Senior Citizens, wrote a letter to Brittney Thompson, Director of Mississippi’s Public Procurement Review Board, Mississippi’s Governor, Senate Pro Tempore, and Speaker of the House expressing grave concern over Mississippi’s recent Medicaid contracts awarded through the state’s blind procurement process.

Read the Letter Here

Read the Press Release Here

The blind procurement process lacks transparency, public accountability, and worst of all – allows for bad actors to be rewarded rather than punished for their poor performance

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