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6 Aug 2019


Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte & PwC allegedly profiting from Trump administration's anti-immigrant practices; PwC responds

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"Children are suffering. These companies are profiting." 1 July 2019

A review by Popular Information of federal contracting databases reveals that Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte, and PricewaterhouseCoopers have inked over $175 million in contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) since Trump took office. These companies have continued to profit from Trump's anti-immigrant crackdown over the protests of many of their employees... [S]ince January 2017, Deloitte has inked over $100 million in contracts with ICE... [including] over $4 million in contracts which directly involved "detention compliance and removals."... In July 2018, hundreds of Deloitte employees signed a petition calling on the company to stop doing business with ICE, citing "moral objections" to the work... Since the employees sent management their petition, Deloitte has entered into an additional $44 million worth of contracts with ICE. 

... Since the start of the Trump administration, Booz Allen Hamilton has inked over $68 million in contracts with ICE, including over $33 million directly related to "detention compliance and removals." In July 2018, Booz Allen Hamilton defended its work with ICE, saying its work did not involve  "the separation of children from adults."... Since January 2017, PricewaterhouseCoopers has collected over $5 million in contracts with ICE, all of which directly related to "detention compliance and removals."