Friday, March 16, 2012
Gartner CityTime Scandal NYC Gov Shhh
To the one person that looked it up "Gartner NYC Scandal" Thank you!!!!!
To the person who looked up mike bloomberg 4th term -- are you kidding me -- Bloomberg and Quinn both belong in jail for pushing through an illegal third term and abusing tax payer money to do so besides all those back room deals starting with NYU and Bill Rudin and it is quite a list....hint -- take a look at who testified Mike must have a forth term.
Sally Goldenberg did not get fired for writing this piece but no one ever followed up on this and a little birdie told me Juan Gonzalez was not interested for some reason.....
Glenn Hutchins is member of Oligarchs of NY oops Partnership for NY with how many billionaires and wanna be oligarchs that want to run NYC and are confident they are above the law!
We allegedly pay Gartner to consultant NYC gov on everything but which way NYC gov employees should wipe using toilet paper....for free front to back but Gartner would charge an awful lot for that info!
I have asked for a grand total to date on who much we have paid Gartner since Mike came to office and no investigative journalist will take it on.
Guess there are non..... just "infomercialists" instead of journalists.
Rose Gill Hearn Mike Bloomberg standing next to Preet -- hilarious!
Preet thinks this 500 million settlement -- a phony orchestrated bargin of a settlement and massive cover-up to attempt to protect Bloomberg DOI Christine Quinn and SAIC top officials not to mentions some very interesting lobbyists -- hint don't forget the SAIC MTA deal and who on the MTA board that Mike appointed pushed SAIC deal....hmmmm.
Wake-up New Yorkers! Yo editors killer of important news --thanks for not firing Sally Goldenberg for reporting this news.
"... contract agreement that Spherion is in the course of establishing with Gartner . . . will be inclusive of any travel-related expenses incurred by Gartner. Spherion will mark up the Gartner fixed price by 20 percent to reflect administrative-overhead costs," according to the letter now-suspended OPA head Bondy wrote to Spherion five years ago.