In a lawsuit filed on January 29, 2020, New York City sued non-profit Childrens Community Services, Inc. (CCS) alleging that the organization had committed accounting fraud and breached its $500 million in contracts with the city’s Department of Homeless Services (DHS). The organization held contracts to provide 1,900 shelter units for homeless persons, including families with children, in both stand-alone shelters and hotels. The court agreed to appoint a temporary receiver for CCS, and appointed Daniel Tietz on February 3, 2020. Former CCS executives, Chief Executive Officer and founder Thomas Bransky and Chief Operating Officer Ruth . . .
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