Griffin and Strong, P.C. schedules virtual sessions about upcoming City of Gainesville disparity study
Press release from City of Gainesville
Members of the business community and neighbors are invited to participate in two virtual meetings hosted by Griffin & Strong P.C. The public meetings are intended for participants to convey their experiences or attempts to do business with the City of Gainesville. Registration for the meetings is free and recommended but not required to participate.
5-6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Jan. 18. Register in advance via this link.
Noon-1:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20. Register in advance via this link.
The City has secured Griffin & Strong P.C. to administer the study and interview local business owners and neighbors. The study is designed to identify potential disparities in the utilization of minority- and women-owned businesses (MBEs and WBEs) in City procurement. It also will assess whether MBEs and WBEs have the maximum opportunity to compete for, and participate in, the City’s procurement of prime contracts and subcontracts.
How much is it costing the taxpayers to hire this group of magic black people?
How about the try to improve customer service @ GRU instead…I say hire whoever offers the best service @
The best price…I don’t care what color you are…
Shouldn’t they hire a firm with more diversity?