CityTime

3 Men Sentenced To 20 Years Each In NYC Timekeeping Fraud

Sentencing three men to prison for 20 years, a judge urged New York City officials to make substantial reforms Monday to prevent the kind of historic fraud over its project to modernize its payroll systems.

04/28/2014

Mayor Michael Bloomberg - Apr 9, 2012 (credit: Kristen Artz / Mayor's Office)

Bloomberg: New York City’s 2013 Budget Proposal Contains No New Taxes

Most New York City taxpayers will be cheering the $68.7 billion budget because although it has some revenue shortfalls, the mayor won’t be dipping his hands into your pockets to find the funds.

05/03/2012

City Councilman Daniel Garodnick (file / credit: Councilman's Office)

City Councilman Garodnick Proposes Enhanced Whistleblower Protections

With outside contractors doing $10 billion in business with New York City this year, there is plenty of room for impropriety.

03/29/2012

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Company In Charge Of CityTime Agrees To Pay $500M To NYC

SAIC Inc. attorney Douglas Lobel entered the agreement Wednesday before a federal judge in Manhattan to pay $500 million in restitution and penalties in a deal that helps it avoid prosecution for alleged over billing.

03/14/2012

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NYC Wants $600 Million From Tech Giant In CityTime Payroll System Scandal

Federal prosecutors have said that nearly the entire sum the city spent on the project was tainted by an epic fraud that involved hundreds of contractors, systemic overbilling and an international money-laundering conspiracy.

06/30/2011

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Mayor Bloomberg Talks Payroll Project Scandal

“Nobody paid as much attention to it as they should have — from me on down,” Bloomberg said after a graduation ceremony at Gracie Mansion.

06/28/2011

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Feds: $600M-Plus Of NYC’s ‘CityTime’ Payroll Project Was Tainted

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara called the fraud “epic in duration, magnitude and scope.” Prosecutors previously had put the figure at about $85 million.

06/20/2011

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Former Payroll Consultant Arrested In NY Scandal

The project manager who developed New York City’s troubled CityTime payroll system has been arrested on charges that he received at least $5 million in kickbacks for his work.

05/27/2011

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NYC Payroll Project Manager Gerard Denault Fired For Falsifying Own Timesheets

The project manager who developed the long-delayed and costly CityTime payroll system has been fired for ripping off the city by paying himself for hours that he did not work.

05/26/2011

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New York City Cutting Back On Outside Consultants

What is the opposite of outsourcing? Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith calls it insourcing.

03/25/2011

Mayor Michael Bloomberg

Bloomberg: Alleged Fraud Slipped Through Cracks

Bloomberg said Friday on his weekly radio show that the alleged fraud should have been detected earlier. But he said the city can’t investigate everything at all times.

12/17/2010

Mayor Michael Bloomberg is seen in the Blue Room at City Hall - New York, NY - Dec 7, 2010 - Photo: Spencer T Tucker / Mayor's Office

NYC Consultants Deny Kickback Charges

Mayor Michael Bloomberg called the arrests “very disturbing news.” The CityTime system has been plagued with huge cost overruns.

12/16/2010