A program called the Federal Prison Industries is being called the “best kept secret in outsourcing” after it was revealed that last year nearly $750 million was raised for the government by prisoners who they use to provide labor for as low as 50 cents an hour for state and private businesses.
Reports The Life Files:
The Justice Department and the U.S. Bureau of Prisons don’t break down which companies they do business with. But Unicor said inmates provide private call center service, including data review and sales lead generation, for “some of the top companies in America” under a federal mandate to help companies repatriate jobs they have outsourced overseas.
In a fact sheet, Unicor asserts that prisoners in the program are less likely to re-offend and are better trained for full-time work upon release. All revenue goes back into the program, which “operates at no cost to the taxpayer,” it says.
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