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CCMS- California’s Continuing National Embarrassment

October 14, 2013


We write to reference an October 7, 2013 article from the Boston Globe newspaper by Megan Woolhouse and Beth Healy which places the spotlight yet again on our branch leaders’ disastrous stewardship of CCMS. The article referenced CCMS in connection with a Deloitte project in Massachusetts. Key points of the article are as follows: “In its […]

Budget Trailer Bill: Another audit of the AOC that does not go far enough

June 19, 2013


Coming in after the budget was a budget trailer bill. SB 75 (link) calls for, among other items, an audit to see how the old state court system is currently implementing public contract code. Starting on page 36 of the budget trailer bill it outlines that the state auditor shall conduct an audit of the […]

Follow The Money

February 27, 2012


  February 25, 2012 Dear Members and Others: In 2008, a bill was pending in the Senate–AB 730–which would have required increased disclosure and taxpayer protections whenever IT companies with a specified litigation history bid on public IT contracts.  According to the press, the bill was “aimed squarely at Deloitte (Consulting)” due to allegations that […]

Deloitte – “Delivering Ruin” to one customer at a time

January 6, 2012


U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston has granted Marin county the right to move forward on several charges against Deloitte, SAP and former Marin county employee and project manager Ernest Culver. This suit is one more lawsuit against Deloitte in a long string of litigation that spans the nation from coast to coast for yet […]

CCMS in Sacramento (Part 3) Facing reality, taking action

June 7, 2011


“Frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I’m from Missouri. You’ve got to show me”  William Vandiver -1899  By now, only the most ignorant amongst us has any doubt about the true objective of the AOC’s unachievable goals with CCMS. With respect to the AOC’s solution: Our advice? Run like Hell. Run! Run! Run! Run! […]