Why we are broke.
Why we are boned.
It was only a $1.2 billion contract.“I think for the entire month of December I processed six applications and that was pretty good,” Lavonne said.Lavonne said her output in December was good because other employees told News 4 the goal was to process even fewer applications.“Our supervisor said if we process one or two of these a month we have done our job,” one employee said.Lavonne said they had to come up with ways to pass the time. Employees told News 4 workers are not allowed to bring in a cell phone, pen, or paper.“We played Pictionary on a very dry erase board,” Lavonne said. “We played 20 questions, we made up games what you did in 1989.”Employees also told News 4 boredom reigned because of the lack of work and the restrictions on what workers could bring into the office.“You could be completely sane and work there for seven months and leave there and want to check yourself into a mental hospital it was that bad,” Lavonne said.