The $2 billion initiative to completely remodel NYC’s 911 system that has received much controversy in the media since it’s release isn’t a surprise to some city experts. According to The New York Post, in 2011 Bloomberg‘s own experts said that the project didn’t have enough of a case or need to be spending that much money on the system.
In a 45-page long report, a consultant said that the then proposed high-tech program had management failures, computer glitches and poor communication, among other problems. The report was allegedly hidden from the auditors at the City Comptroller’s Office as well, which would be a violation of the City Charter.
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