Consulting firm McKinsey worked for ICE and recommended the government cut food and medical spending for detainees. Really.
McKinsey suggestions to ICE: - cut spending on food for migrants - cut medical care for detainees with astounding story on McKinsey's role in helping Trump Administration detain & deport immigrants.
Hold McKinsey accountable for profiting on human misery and facilitating Trump’s hateful treatment of asylum seekers that has produced so much suffering and death. McKinsey should never receive another government contract here or anywhere else.
Documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including some that the agency’s staff viewed as too harsh on immigrants.
New: Newly uncovered documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including some that the agency’s staff viewed as too harsh on immigrants.
The moral meltdown of McKinsey is one of the more devastating business stories of our era, and evidence of a deeper rot in a culture that values money over people. Read this important story from and . We are a better country than this.
ProPublica has a damning story about McKinsey's work with ICE BUT McKinsey STOPPED working for ICE in 2018 But CONTINUES to work with ICE Deloitte has inked $188 MILLION in contracts with ICE since Trump took office
At times, 's recommendations to ICE were so extreme — slashing spending on detainee food, guards, supervisors, maintenance, etc. — that ICE staffers objected that the consultants weren’t taking into account the potential human cost.
This week & reported how consulting giant helped ICE implement the Trump admin’s immigration crackdown. The firm insists its work didn’t touch Trump immigration policy. Let’s look at the facts. /1
Documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including some that the agency’s staff viewed as too harsh on immigrants.
Here are some recommendations we found gave to ICE: - > Cut spending on food for migrants, and medical care & supervision of detainees - > Accelerate deportation process
The ProPublica/NYT big story on McKinsey is a must read for those in the gig economy. Underlines how, despite the overlap in methods and models, our world is fundamentally different from the Big 3 consulting world. This is NOT how indie consulting works.
ICE paid consulting firm McKinsey more than $20 million to find ways to cut costs at immigrant detention centers. Their recommendation: Cut food and medical spending for detainees. Is this 2019 or 1984?
How McKinsey Helped the Trump Administration Detain and Deport Immigrants
A little leftover piece of my past resisted criticizing McKinsey in "Will the Future of Work Be Ethical?" because good people work there. But good people work at *every* company building a dystopian future. That's the point. They/we must speak up.
“Well it obviously isn’t ideal to have a contractor tell us what we want to ask them to do ... what other option is there?”