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Resource ID: #28835
Subject: Government Corruption
Source: Ian MacDougall,
Affiliation: ProPublica, The New York Times Magazine
Date: 2019-12-14



This series examined the risk of corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse that has accompanied the recent expansion of management consulting into the government sector. The series interrogates this issue through a deep dive into the public-sector work of McKinsey & Company, the oldest and most prestigious of the major global consulting firms. At their core, these stories depict a growth-hungry, profit-driven consultancy trafficking in dubious tactics to secure and retain multimillion-dollar contracts for government work that falls far outside its corporate expertise, blinded all the while to the limits of its competency by a deep-seated hubris. (It is an article of faith within McKinsey that bright, young generalists apply
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