A set of emergency contracts signed by the Hogan administration to help the state with its COVID-19 vaccine rollout will get their first official review Wednesday, providing a window into the millions in public spending done quickly and in private to combat the pandemic. The Maryland Board of Public Works is expected to consider the contracts, one with New York-based consulting firm Ernst & Young and the other with Bethesda-based Digital Management. Together, they could reach a combined value of $46 million.
Maryland’s emergency contracts for COVID vaccine rollout to get public review
March 24, 2021