ICE Gave $87 Million To A Former Biden Official’s Nonprofit To Oversee Border Crisis Housing

ICE Gave $87 Million To A Former Biden Official’s Nonprofit To Oversee Border Crisis Housing


President Joe Biden’s administration overlooked certain contenders in a contract bidding process to pay an organization run by a former Biden-Harris transition leader more than $87 million to place illegal migrant families 1,200 hotel beds in Arizona and Texas, according to the Washington Examiner.

While contracts from the federal government are usually bid on by various organizations, multiple sources, and data reported by the Examiner indicated that Family Endeavors, run by former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer and the senior official who evaluated Biden’s picks for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Andrew Lorenzen-Strait, outright won the contract without any competitors.

“Information obtained through the Federal Procurement Data System indicates that ICE never opened the contract to outside companies and organizations but went with an internal candidate who had significant insider connections,” the Examiner reported.

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Family Endeavors had contracted with the federal government on smaller projects before, such as working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs

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