Moniz demanded that auditor general Heather Jacobs-Matthews, newly appointed this year, audit the contracts. Moniz may be satisfied sooner than he thinks. BNET noted in May that Jacobs-Matthews was already conducting a second audit of Globalhue's billing. The unveiling of that effort will be a key test of Jacobs-Matthews' credibility in her new position. It is not surprising that the UBP keeps harping on about Globalhue. The government is oddly sensitive to the Globalhue issue -- last time it was mentioned in parliament the government censored the record to remove references to the shop.
In other news: Globalhue appointed Brian Anderson as executive digital officer.
- Bermuda Politician Censored for Criticizing Globalhue, the Island's Tourism Ad Agency
- Following GlobalHue Campaign, Bermuda Tourism Numbers Are "Worst in 30 Years"
- Bermuda Premier Defends Globalhue on His Facebook Page
- Globalhue Settles Allegations It Bilked Montemayors of Earnout Payments
- Bermuda Takes a Shot at Critics of Globalhue's No-Bid Tourism Account
- Globalhue Cited in Attempt to Force Out Bermuda Premier
- GlobalHue Wins New $28 Million Bermuda Contract Despite Overbilling Allegations
- GlobalHue Defends Handling of Bermuda Account; Suggests Criticism is Racially Motivated
- GlobalHue's Weird Bermuda Ad Expenditures
- GlobalHue Accused of Overbilling Bermuda Account; Agency Plays Race Card