Published: March 9, 2012
City investigators have discovered evidence of large-scale fraud in one of the agencies leading Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s signature initiative to find jobs for unemployed New Yorkers.
The Department of Investigation found that Seedco, a nonprofit organization that frequently works with the Bloomberg administration, falsely claimed to have helped at least 1,400 people — out of about 6,500 — find jobs; those people are in fact jobless or found employment on their own.
Seedco “developed systematic practices to report false placements” to the city’s Department of Small Business Services, according to a report on the investigation that was released on Friday.
A report from the New York City Department of Investigation on Seedco, one of New York City’s largest non-profit job placement agencies, charging it systematically reported false placements to the city’s Department of Small Business Services.
I wonder if "The Prisoner of City Hall" is uttering those famous "Another Fine Mess You got me into THRID TERM"
From CityTimeGate to the Fire Department Bias Case to the Police Department spying on Muslins and others it just keeps on coming.
Before there was the "Oracle of Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli
Power to the People who "VOTE"