Inspector General Report Reveals Range Of Misdeeds
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CHICAGO (WBBM) — Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson has released his quarterly report of investigations into alleged missteps and misdeeds by city workers, agencies and city vendors.
The findings include a wide range of accusations, including:
Improper use of city computers to surf pornography;
Payroll tax fraud;
Using a city plow to clear a worker’s driveway; and
Allegations that Office of Emergency Management and Communication circumvented competitive bidding rules to route a $23 million city contract to firm for a digital radio system.
Andy Shaw, the Executive Director of the Better Government Association, joined Newsradio 780s Kris Kridel and Sherman Kaplan to analyze the findings:
LISTEN: Newsradio 780’s Kris Kridel and Sherman Kaplan On IG Report