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Davis said company officials had questions about how bidders' scores were determined.
September 5, 2007 Huntsville Times The state corrections commissioner was questioned by legislators Wednesday over a 3.73 million contract for health care for Alabama's nearly 26,000 inmates.
Hood said his office was filing civil RICO lawsuits against all corporate and individual conspirators connected to the prison bribery scandal involving Epps, The Clarion-Ledger reported.
Not all of those named as defendants in the lawsuits were charged in the Epps case.
That decree September 7, 2007 Birmingham News The Legislative Contract Review Committee on Thursday delayed implementation of a 3 million prison health-care contract after an official with a company that bid million less questioned the process.
Committee members can delay the contracts for 45 days but do not have the power to cancel them.
The Department of Corrections, after taking proposals, selected Correctional Medical Services Inc. Louis to provide medical care to Alabama's more than 20,000 inmates.
Another company, Wexford Health Sources, had submitted the low bid that was about million cheaper than Correctional Medical Services'. Alvin Holmes, D-Montgomery, and other legislators asked Corrections Commissioner Richard Allen why the department had not selected the low bidder.
The new health care contract will go into effect April 1.
The potential value of the contract wasnt available Thursday evening, but a previous two-year contract with another company was worth 0 million.