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Is the worst over for state technology failures?

Madison, Wis. - State Senator Robert Cowles admitted his crystal ball may be a little cloudy, but he hopes the worst news about the state of Wisconsin's information technology woes may have already trickled out in anticipation of the Legislative Audit Bureau's pending report.


Full article >>> wles said this project is different than IT implementations that have completely gone bust, he is reluctant to continue to spend $18 million per year on the project - which is called for in the 2007-09 budget - when so much money has been wasted elsewhere.

The server consolidation project was supposed to save money and enhance security, but there now are doubts about whether it will pay f......

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