Cardboard boxes containing about $7 million worth of personal protective equipment purchased by San Mateo County were left outside in the rain last fall because county officials had no definitive plan or timeline to protect or move PPE, according to an investigative report released Thursday.
The independent analysis requested by county officials describes the series of events that led to PPE being left outside for months and says the county lacked internal controls and adequate communication that could have prevented the boxes to soak. The report found no one at fault, so no one was disciplined, officials said.
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