Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Two-thirds of the Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) projects that faced job-creation targets for 2009 failed to deliver the jobs that they originally promised in exchange for $368 million in public funding, a new Texans for Public Justice study finds. This marks a sharp increase from the 42 percent of TEF projects that were so compromised just one year earlier.
Read a one-page summary of the report.
Read the full TPJ report -
Phantom Jobs: The Texas Enterprise Fund's Broken Promises.
Download PDF of TEF recipient compliance reports covering 2009. (Large File)