Wednesday, July 29, 2020

IMSS returns fans purchased from Bartlett’s son for breaches of contract

IMSS highlighted that so far no recourse has been issued for this contract. The Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) reported this Wednesday that the 20 fans purchased at 1.5 million pesos each from León Manuel Bartlett, son of the head of the Federal Electricity Commission, have already been returned to the company Cyber Robotics Solutions. “Derived from the technical review of the equipment, it was determined that they do not meet the technical-functional requirements and characteristics agreed in the contract.” Therefore, on May 8, the administrative act was issued for the return of these equipment, which They have already been delivered to the provider, “he said through an information card.

IMSS noted that no resources have been issued for this contract so far.” The Mexican Social Security Institute reaffirms its commitment to transparency in each of its processes. of acquisition and ensures that in no way will lead to acts of corruption, “he said. This morning, Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity reported that the IMSS had raised an act of rejection of the medical equipment acquired from the company Cyber Robotics Solutions, Property of León Manuel Bartlett The Ministry of Public Function (SFP) initiated an investigation file from May 1 in relation to the acquisition of fans by the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) in Hidalgo.

The folder was opened after Zoé Robledo, general director of the IMSS, was questioned about the delivery of a contract for 31 million pesos to the company Cyber Robotics Solutions, according to an investigation by Mexicanos Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI). “(The Hidalgo fans) were purchased based on immediate delivery criteria and the supplier complied with the delivery. The fans we already have and are installed in Hidalgo Social Security units,” explained the director of the IMSS at the time. .

Source:El Financiero

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