House Passes Motion for Auditor General to Investigate Government’s McKinsey Contracts

A motion tabled by Conservative MP Garnett Genuis to request that the auditor general investigate the Liberal government’s awarding of contracts to multi-national consulting firm McKinsey unanimously passed in the House of Commons on Feb. 7.
The motion called for the House to accept a report of the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates (OGGO), which is studying the federal government consulting contracts awarded to McKinsey & Company.
The committee report recommends that “the Auditor General be called upon to conduct, as soon as possible, a performance and value for money audit of the contracts awarded to McKinsey & Company since January 1, 2011, by any department, agency or Crown corporation.”… Source

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