Democrats on BPW criticize state’s handling of emergency contracts

The state's head of procurement has some explaining to do. Robert Gleason, Maryland's chief procurement officer, is expected to appear before the Board of Public Works to explain why one in four emergency contracts related to the COVID-19 pandemic have missed a statutory deadline for review by the panel. The board's two Democrats said they are ...

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