From The White House to Albany to City Hall most especially under Rudy and Mike there is no competitive bidding the fix is in...want a laugh....remember SAIC giving the MTA the lowest bid?
911 Tech corruption for years the word on the street HP was stealing over billing and DOITT knew it is the rumor and it was just like CityTime and SAIC along with how many others confidently over billing..
Rumor is mayor Bloomberg and Christine Quinn where notified by email in 2008 and by 2009 Dept of Investigation had lawyers for DOI dismiss whistle blowers.
Bloomberg got rid of Paul Cosgrove who called for an end of the HP contract.
I testified at City Hall about the need for a criminal investigation in to 911 and Cas Holloway -- another Bloomberg puppet said we were all full of it and he said HP came in under budget.
I say HP creative accounting and they aren't the only ones -- so many contractors and NYC gov guilty as well...
Now Rose Gill Hearn in my opinion can't cover-up any more.....
Low balls high balls The People of New York were robbed and it involved mostly tech but even Mike's favorite non-profit was stealing yet Mike is confident he can walk out of here free and clear and spending mega millions air brushing his faux legacy.
Rose Gill Hearn has covered up for Team Bloomberg, Christine Quinn and the MOST CORRUPTION EVER IN NYC GOV HISTORY and if you want to understand why we have a 16 trillion plus deficit with China owning a big part of our debt than look to how Mike Bloomberg ran us in to the ground. What a laugh Obama was considering him for Treasurer.
Rudy and Mike pushed SAIC and other top contractors that robbed us in my opinion because in part it was an entrée to The White House but it backed fire and their White House days are over.
Let's hope Shargel and Bohrer call them all to the witness stand like the Haggerty Trial where Mike committed perjury Cy like preet see no evil.....groan oi vey!!!!
- First propose an attractive price on an idea/item which you are confident that the other person/buyer will accept.
- Maximize their buy-in, in particular by getting both verbal and public commitment to this, e.g., a down payment or a handshake.
- Make it clear that the decision to purchase is of their own free will.
- Change the agreement to what you really want. The person/buyer may complain, but they should agree to the change if the low-ball is managed correctly."