Skip to comments.Wrinkles found in Postal Service pact Deal signed, sealed, delivered to Goldman
Posted on 07/19/2010 10:58:45 AM PDT by Pining_4_TX
When the U.S. Postal Service's top marketing officer agreed to hire Goldman Sachs nearly two years ago without a written contract, top executives inside postal headquarters scrambled to make the unauthorized deal square with postal procurement rules.
But the no-bid contract they eventually awarded to Goldman Sachs was backdated and was for the wrong kinds of services: The company was hired under a banking services agreement, but Goldman Sachs' postal work didn't have anything to do with banking, records show. And the idea to hire the banking giant came from a top former postal executive who also served on the board of directors for a company where Goldman Sachs was a big investor.
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His mistake was thinking of the Postal Inspectors and the Postal Inspector Generals office as being kind of like building guards.
I keep wondering where all the investigators have gone. Why isn’t this a big deal? Crooked Democrats (redundant, I know) get away with everything. It’s enough to make me pull my hair out. Where is the justice?
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