Admin Awarded $1.6 Mil Contract to Controversial Consulting Firm
3/26/21 5:06 PM
The Baker administration agreed to pay McKinsey & Co. nearly $1.6 million to study the "future of work" in Massachusetts, according to a copy of the contract with the global firm that has come under fire in recent days by legislators and Attorney General Maura Healey.
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