Overcharging, favoritism, possible witholding of funds among issues examined.
Foodservice contract companies operating in New Jersey schools overcharged their districts by an estimated $320,000 for workers compensation and liability insurance, according to a study by the Clarion Group consulting firm. The study also looked into procurement rebate issues, RFP processes and other areas. The report, Hard to Swallow: Do Private Food Service Contractors Shortchange New Jersey Schools? was commissioned by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), which is ...
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