A PEER report issued Monday asks why eight contracts totaling about $600,000 for a revamp of the Mississippi Department of Educations’s information technology division were given to former Maryland coworkers of Superintendent Carey Wright or their companies. These contracts have faced some recent media scrutiny.
A PEER report issued Monday asks why eight contracts totaling about $600,000 for a revamp of the Mississippi Department of Educations’s information technology division were given to former Maryland coworkers of Superintendent Carey Wright or their companies. These contracts have faced some recent media scrutiny. Rogelio V. Solis AP File
A PEER report issued Monday asks why eight contracts totaling about $600,000 for a revamp of the Mississippi Department of Educations’s information technology division were given to former Maryland coworkers of Superintendent Carey Wright or their companies. These contracts have faced some recent media scrutiny. Rogelio V. Solis AP File

Watchdog hammers Mississippi Department of Education over contracts, purchases

September 25, 2017 1:34 PM

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