Viewpoints: Letters / Opinions
Working both sides
By Charlie Freeman
January 11, 2020
There was a Ketchikan Daily News story recently that reports one council member as saying that, concerning the RFP on the Ports, "what’s wrong with getting more information”, and that led me to wonder just how many Council Members believe that is really all their looking for.
In my experience, information is why you hire a consultant, and that consultant should be acting for you, and you alone. Turns out that neither the information statement, nor the consultant conception are true.
What is true is that the RFP is a flat out business proposal and that our so-called, consultant, by his own public disclosure, is working both sides of the street.
So, the question is, just what kind of information can you expect from a business offer, based on information from a consultant who works for both sides? Beats me.
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Received January 11, 2019
- Published January 11, 2020
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