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Syracuse, NY

#21 Sep 19, 2010
they sure are. the place is a joke and getting even funnier since he was "choosen". don't know how much longer it can go on. With every new decision made it gets worse and worse.
Am I missing something

Little Falls, NY

#22 Sep 19, 2010
Did you know...

http://www2.guidestar.org/ViewCmsFile.aspx...
http://www2.guidestar.org/rxg/news/publicatio...

the nonprofit industry accounts for 5% of the nation's entire GDP.
the nonprofit sector overall employs 12.9 million people, or nearly 10 percent of the workforce (larger than the finance, insurance, and real-estate sectors combined).
there are more than 1.9 million tax-exempt organizations in the U.S., a number that has doubled in the last 30 years.

Take that away and watch the unemployment #'s jump.

BTW
which NFP are you refering to? If it's GroWest that investigation is far from over.
Tom

Mesa, AZ

#23 Sep 20, 2010
That's the problem, non profits suck the life out of the economy. In order to benefit our economy you have to produce something. Non profits drain the economy
Am I missing something

Little Falls, NY

#24 Sep 21, 2010
Tom wrote:
That's the problem, non profits suck the life out of the economy. In order to benefit our economy you have to produce something. Non profits drain the economy
O.K. Adolf

We will exterminate anyone who is not a productive member of society. After all they are only hurting the gene pool.(Arc, RCIL UCP)

Then we will close down all the social service agecies - all those bums they work with should be out working any way. And ... the parents should take care of their own kids.

Churches - God will provide.

Shut down the hospitals - the faster people die the less burden they are on society.

Schools - who needs an education?

Maybe we should have government take over everything. Wait ... we can't do that - government is not-for-profit.

By the way, it has been shown time and again that private not-for-profits provide the services more efficiently and at a lower cost to the tax payer than the same services run by government agencies.

Give us your sugggestions.
Robert Esche

Clifton Park, NY

#25 Aug 19, 2014
Can someone please tell me how frank and I can make the comets into a non profit organization? We need some more grants to help fund our business. Thank you.
Piggy PAT

Troy, NY

#26 Aug 20, 2014
Jim wrote:
the OD was reporting about one local not for profits unethical behavior and how the attorney general was stepping in....well? None of them have been arrested, no one has stepped down, and the OD won't even report on it. I wonder if someone paid some people off.
First sign that an ED is corrupt; they get in bed with City Hall and HUD. Second sign; high turnover. Third sign; accusations and rumors of sexual harassment and misconduct. Hmm. Who could this be?
Adam Bomb

Whitesboro, NY

#27 Aug 20, 2014
Piggy PAT wrote:
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First sign that an ED is corrupt; they get in bed with City Hall and HUD. Second sign; high turnover. Third sign; accusations and rumors of sexual harassment and misconduct. Hmm. Who could this be?
Are they Italian?
FIDDLE DEE

East Syracuse, NY

#28 Aug 20, 2014
Utica folks have no clue what a major league non-profit is capable of. It is amazing all the information that can be pulled out of a Federal 990 Form which SRC, Inc.(formerly Syracuse Research Corporation) as a "tax exempt" non-profit entity is required to file publicly. For the 12 month period ending on 9/30/2012 SRC provided Jack LoSecco (his actions led to ITT Exelis filing the law suit against SRC, Inc. and 7 of its employees for taking ITT Exelis trade secrets) with $258,736 of compensation. During the same period the President of SRC (Paul Tremont) received $625,169 of compensation. The last CEO of SRC, Robert Behler, whom only served in the position for the period of 12/01/10 to 04/28/11, received compensation of $1,203,866 (pretty good deal for Behler as he did not work for SRC during the period of 10/01/2011 to 09/30/2012). For the period of 12/1/2010 to 04/28/2011 the 990 forms indicate Behler received compensation of $570,694 (a total of $1,774,560 for less than 5 months of work). Behler's predecessor as CEO (Robert U. Roberts) received compensation of $1,203,866 for the two month period of 10/01/10 to 11/30/10 which annualizes out to a compensation package of $7,223,196. Roberts compensation for the 12 months previous to his last two months at SRC was $3,300,816. It amazes me what one is able to find in a 990 .... I only scratched the surface. The US Government pays some of these compensation amounts as an allowable cost and the remainder gets paid out of the profits that SRC, Inc. collects on top of all the allowable costs it bills the US Government (funded by the US Taxpayers). What is more amazing is SRC is exempt from paying Federal Income Taxes itself.
Piggy PAT

Whitesboro, NY

#29 Aug 20, 2014
FIDDLE DEE wrote:
Utica folks have no clue what a major league non-profit is capable of. It is amazing all the information that can be pulled out of a Federal 990 Form which SRC, Inc.(formerly Syracuse Research Corporation) as a "tax exempt" non-profit entity is required to file publicly. For the 12 month period ending on 9/30/2012 SRC provided Jack LoSecco (his actions led to ITT Exelis filing the law suit against SRC, Inc. and 7 of its employees for taking ITT Exelis trade secrets) with $258,736 of compensation. During the same period the President of SRC (Paul Tremont) received $625,169 of compensation. The last CEO of SRC, Robert Behler, whom only served in the position for the period of 12/01/10 to 04/28/11, received compensation of $1,203,866 (pretty good deal for Behler as he did not work for SRC during the period of 10/01/2011 to 09/30/2012). For the period of 12/1/2010 to 04/28/2011 the 990 forms indicate Behler received compensation of $570,694 (a total of $1,774,560 for less than 5 months of work). Behler's predecessor as CEO (Robert U. Roberts) received compensation of $1,203,866 for the two month period of 10/01/10 to 11/30/10 which annualizes out to a compensation package of $7,223,196. Roberts compensation for the 12 months previous to his last two months at SRC was $3,300,816. It amazes me what one is able to find in a 990 .... I only scratched the surface. The US Government pays some of these compensation amounts as an allowable cost and the remainder gets paid out of the profits that SRC, Inc. collects on top of all the allowable costs it bills the US Government (funded by the US Taxpayers). What is more amazing is SRC is exempt from paying Federal Income Taxes itself.
Yeah. Corruption at its finest. The local ones here are just a bunch of fraudulent womanizers. They wouldn't know what to do with $ like that. They'd blow it all on booze at the fort schuyler club. The guy I used to work for was just tryng to f$&@ every girl that walked into the place. A real jerk. If he only knew what the female employees really thought of him. What a joke

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