Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Another MDHA Embarrassment at the Homelessness Commission

MDHA's Homelessness Commission Director has been put on 90-day probation by the commission for awarding a computer security contract without publicizing it to other companies. The Tennessean reports that Commission Chair Erik Cole admitted that the governing body--which includes former Vice Mayor Howard Gentry, current Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors, and MDHA Director Phil Ryan--failed to carefully supervise staff.

1 comment:

  1. The stories I could tell you about Metro "Homeless commission."

    The stoy is too long for a little pop up, but it will be told in its entirety when I have a few weeks of "spare" time.

    90 days is not NEARLY enough.