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Governor tells UW to scrap network plans

MADISON, Wis. — With the University of Wisconsin System and the state's Department of Administration on the verge of creating two separate statewide networks, Gov. Jim Doyle has stepped in and asked them to combine their efforts.

"It's more sensible for taxpayers to have a unified nework rather than creating two," said Doyle spokesperson Dan Leistikow.

Initial discussions l......

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"Sometimes they go as far as 10, but we'd like to keep some flexibility," he said.

In a June interview, Annie Stunden, director of the university's Division of Information Technology, said that wasn't a good idea.

"Taking a long-term contract in this world is like having bought a cell......

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