Bond sale needs new lesson plan

November 1995
Crain's Detroit Business;11/20/95, Vol. 11 Issue 47, p6
Opinion. Comments on the manageability of the Detroit Public School's $1.5 million bond-sale project. Delay on the carrying out of the project for lack of a project manager; Inefficiency of the project manager selection process; Need for the state Department of Treasury to apply a little pressure to ensure that the best company is chosen to manage the project.


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