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Miszewski to depart as state IT audit wraps up

Madison, Wis. - Matt Miszewski will leave his job as administrator of the state's Division of Enterprise Technology at the end of February, about the time an audit on problematic state information technology projects is due to be released.

Miszewski, who likely will pursue opportunities in the private sector, informed his staff of the decision in an e-mail and praised them for rev......

Full article >>> udit process, Kate Wade, a program evaluation director for the Legislative Audit Bureau, said the bureau would try to release the report in early calendar year 2007 so that it's findings would be useful to lawmakers during the new legislative session. Among other matters, the Legislature will be working on the 2007-09 state budget.

The state spends about $740 million a year on information......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 01/19/07


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