McKinsey proposed ICE cut spending on food and medical care for detained migrants to reduce costs.

McKinsey was brought into the deportation game by the Obama administration, according to the report, which used the firm to carry out an “organizational transformation” in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement division grappling with processing and deporting a surge in undocumented migrants. “Organizational transformation,” in consultant speak, roughly translates as: This is too expensive; somebody’s about to get screwed. Could be the workers, and it usually is. Could be anyone. Could be migrant families. And in this case, it was.

…“They proposed cuts in spending on food for migrants, as well as on medical care and supervision of detainees.”

…After its ICE contract ran out, McKinsey slid over and is working on a $10 million gig with Customs and Border Protection that will run at least through September 2020.

McKinsey proposed ICE cut spending on food and medical care for detained migrants to reduce costs.

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