- 12 August 2016
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McKinsey & Company has been contracted by Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) to advise the office on how to increase the number of refugees returning to their home countries, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported this week.
The consulting firm has been contracted for 678 days, at just over €2700 per day. The work is expected to start this month and be completed by November. BAMF signed a framework agreement with McKinsey in October 2015. The latest contract has been awarded without competitive bidding. McKinsey is tasked with identifying problems presented by deportations and present alternatives. The consulting firm will also study the process for refugees voluntarily returning to their home countries.
McKinsey reportedly received €9.2 million from Berlin between October 2015 and March 2016, by working on optimizing the asylum process and refugee registration processes.
Jax Jacobsen for Consultor.news