Taxpayers spend $10M on report of NYCHA’s woes, but authority’s execs keeping it secret

Taxpayers spent $10 million on an in-depth report on what’s wrong with the troubled New York City Housing Authority — but they’ ll never get to see it.

That’s because NYCHA executives are keeping the final report by Boston Consulting Group secret, a choice that appears to violate open records laws.

Stainback described the results of the firm’s findings only in general terms, including “implementing changes to central office costs and non-frontline support functions, making the authority more efficient.”

She said BCG’s recommendations have “potential annual costs savings for NYCHA of more than $50 million,” though she provided no specifics.

NY Daily News


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