contracts for IT are costing Ohio taxpayers millions unnecessarily," OCSEA wrote on its Facebook. This was in response to a Columbus Dispatch news article detailing the costly abuses of IT contractors in Ohio state service.
This issue is a high priority for OCSEA members who do this work, says OCSEA President Chris Mabe. The union has long demanded these jobs come in-house to state employees who
know the work very well and do it at a fairer price. Read more.