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GOP lawmaker faults Doyle for IT problems

Madison, Wis. - Before Gov. Jim Doyle began turning up the heat on Republicans on the subject of stem cell research, a key Republican legislator had already turned the tables on him regarding problematic state information technology projects.

The projects, which now are the subject of a state audit, recently were placed at the feet of t......

Full article >>> number of employees, the biggest IT systems in the state, and when I talk to businesses big and small, they are always complaining about IT systems that they thought were going to get going."

IT spend

The state spends about $740 million a year on information technology, and spending on contractors has doubled over the past decade to $90 million.

In February, the ......

Full article >>> th an analytical component. She said all audit work and findings remain confidential until all the work is complete.

"We aim to release the report in early calendar year 2007 so that it's useful to the legislature as they go into their session," Wade said. That session will include deliberations on the 2007-09 state budget.

Wade said those findings will be posted on the Audit Bur......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/14/06


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