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CBP reportedly terminates Accenture hiring contract

  1. Original Date Announced

    April 5, 2019

    CBP reportedly terminates $297 million hiring contract with Accenture. According to news reports, CBP signed the contract in November 2017 to streamline the administration's border security-related hiring, in response to EO 13767. CBP paid around $19 million to the company in start-up costs and around $2 million for 58 individuals who received job offers.

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    2019.04.05 CNN - CBP terminates Accenture contract
  2. Effective Date

    April 5, 2019

Current Status

Fully in Effect

Original Trump Policy Status

Status: Reported
Trump Administration Action: Program Termination
Subject Matter: Border
Agencies Affected: CBP


  • DHS OIG - CBP Needs to Address Serious Performance Issues on the Accenture Hiring Contract

    A December 2018 DHS OIG report identified serious issues with this contract. Go to article

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