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January 26, 2014

Michael Bloomberg has been mayor of New York City since 2001. Credit: Rubenstein via Wikimedia
Michael Bloomberg awarded the contract despite CGI having no experience in managing non-emergency call centers. Credit: Rubenstein via Wikimedia

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration awarded a $10-million-plus contract to update the city’s non-emergency call system to the same company fired for the botched ObamaCare rollout, according to The New York Daily News.

The administration awarded the contract to Montreal-based CGI on Dec. 31, just hours before Democrat Bill de Blasio was sworn in as mayor.

The contract was approved because Bloomberg considers the 311 hotline one of the legacies of his three terms, the newspaper said.

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