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Miszewski touts benefits of IT integration

Madison, Wis. - Matt Miszewski doesn't look like a man on the hot seat, at least not in public.

The man governor Jim Doyle hired to manage the State of Wisconsin's information technology consolidation gave a progress report Thursday on the troubled project, now the subject of a state audit, during a "Consolidation for Optimization" program at the Concourse Hotel.


Full article >>> chers or policemen $9 million could buy. He also noted that the governor recently authorized spending $5 million to recruit biotech companies and researchers to the state, a move that could bring thousands of high-paying jobs here.

"What started this effort, clearly, was cost," he said, citing the state's $3.2 billion budget deficit in 2003.

Another goal of consolidation, he not......

Full article >>> [consolidation] is a 'duh," he stated.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/27/06


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