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Jack Stick

Chief Counsel

Texas Health and Human Services Commission

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Texas Health and Human Services Commission

4900 North Lamar Blvd.

Austin, Texas,78751

United States

Company Description

The mission of HHSC is to maintain and improve the health and human services system in Texas and to administer its programs in accordance with the highest standards of customer service and accountability for the effective use of funds. HHSC oversees the oper...more

Background Information

Employment History

Texas Dentists for Medicaid Reform


Chief Counsel and OIG Deputy Inspector

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


led Former General Counsel

Human Services Commission


State Representative

Texas Department of Public Safety


Affiliations

Texas

State Representative


Web References(57 Total References)


www.statesman.com

DWI trial underway for Jack Stick, implicated in 21ct scandal
7:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015 | Filed in: Crime Comments 0 Story Highlights Jack Stick was chief counsel for the Texas health commission before he resigned amid a contracting scandal. Stick was arrested after being seen driving erratically at night on Sept. 11, 2012. Before Jack Stick resigned as chief counsel for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission amid one of the biggest political scandals in 2014, the former state representative was fighting a charge in Travis County court for driving while intoxicated. After three years on the docket, his case heads to trial trial this week as jury selection takes place Thursday. Testimony is expected to begin Friday. Stick, 49, was arrested around 11 p.m. on Sept. 11, 2012, when he was pulled over in Central Austin near West 6th and West Lynn streets for speeding, drifting across lanes and failing to signal, according to court records. In video recorded by a police dashboard camera, Stick is seen refusing to submit to field sobriety and Breathalyzer tests. DWI trial underway for Jack Stick, implicated in 21ct scandal photo Jack Stick poses in the evidence room of the state Office of Inspector General in Austin on June18, 2012. Stick has since garnered more notoriety for his role in the state contracting troubles at the sprawling Health and Human Services Commission. The former prosecutor and judge left his position as chief counsel for the agency, following an American-Statesman investigation into how he brokered no-bid, multimillion-dollar deals with Austin data analytics company 21CT.


www.bplaw.com [cached]

Allegations of misconduct involve Jack Stick, the top attorney for the Health and Human Services Commission.
He allegedly interfered with a contract for an organization tentatively picked to build an enterprise data warehouse on behalf of the Commission. About three months after her termination, Stick resigned and now is the subject of a criminal investigation. They discuss being uncomfortable with quotas imposed by Stick (the quotas were later abolished) and they describe why they believe they were wrongfully terminated.


jobs-austin.com [cached]

Her focus on the issue comes after Jack Stick, the top lawyer in the Health and Human Services Commission, resigned in December after a series of stories in the Austin American-Statesman raised questions about Stick allegedly steering millions of dollars' worth…


www.medworm.com [cached]

Her focus on the issue comes after Jack Stick, the top lawyer in the Health and Human Services Commission, resigned in December after a series of stories in the Austin American-Statesman raised questions about Stick allegedly steering millions of dollars' worth… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Hospitals headlines)
bizjournals.com Health Care:Hospitals headlines news http://www.medworm.com/rss/comments.php?id=79144121 Wed, 07 Jan 2015 23:53:50 +0100 79144121 Senator promises tighter reins on Texas contracting procedures http://www.medworm.com/index.php?rid=79144122&cid=d_148_148_f&fid=27959&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffeeds.bizjournals.com%2F%7Er%2Findustry_6%2F%7E3%2F7P8EV1TCPZU%2Fsenator-promises-tighter-reins-on-texas.html Sen. Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, is promising that state contracting measures will be a top priority as lawmakers consider combining five health and human service agencies into one when the 2105 Texas Legislature gathers in Austin next week. Her focus on the issue comes after Jack Stick, the top lawyer in the Health and Human Services Commission, resigned in December after a series of stories in the Austin American-Statesman raised questions about Stick allegedly steering millions of dollars' worth… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Hospitals headlines) bizjournals.com Health Care:Hospitals headlines news http://www.medworm.com/rss/comments.php?id=79144122 Her focus on the issue comes after Jack Stick, the top lawyer in the Health and Human Services Commission, resigned in December after a series of stories in the Austin American-Statesman raised questions about Stick allegedly steering millions of dollars' worth… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Hospitals headlines)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK.


www.click2houston.com

Jack Stick resigned Friday as chief counsel for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission after officials concluded the contracts with the data analytics firm 21CT was awarded unfairly, the Austin American-Statesman reported.
Stick tendered his resignation and Kyle Janek, the agency's executive commissioner, canceled the contract one day after the American-Statesman submitted several questions about the awarding of a $20 million contract to 21CT in 2012 and a pending $90 million extension while skirting state procurement laws. The American-Statesman reports that its investigation found that Stick was not only helping 21CT, he also was hindering its competition for the contracts.


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