On Thursday, Missouri’s KSDK NewsChannel 5 detailed reports from former employees of ObamaCare contractor Serco that the workers for a company receiving a $1.2 billion contract do nothing.
KSDK summed up the activity in the office as “a whole lot of nothing.” One employee stated that she did a week’s worth of work over her first five months. Lavonne Takatz, a former Serco employee who spoke on camera, said they were told “do not click,” and “don’t do anything” over the first two weeks. Takatz said that when the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) came through to inspect the office, the employees were instructed “to act like we were busy.”
(h/t RNC Research)
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