- In what many in state government consider a bow to reality, the state has adjusted the schedule for the consolidation of computer servers in state government, but the impact on promised savings is unknown at this point, according to State CIO Matt Miszewski.
The revised timetable calls for the state to complete server consolidation in two large agencies, the Full article >>>
lly known as the Statewide Enterprise Server Consolidation. According to Miszewski, the schedule was changed after the Business Steering Team, a multi-agency group established to consult with the Division of Enterprise Technology
, expressed concern about the speed and the calendar of the project.
Miszewski said they also expressed reservations abo......Full article >>>
ate that DOA was planning to bring in approximately 25 Crow Chizek staff members, but Miszewski said the number of people working on the project changed as time went on. He said an average of eight to 10 Crowe Chizek employees were here at any given time, and now only one company employee remains in Madison to work on the project.
As IT projects go, the server consolidation is immense. A......Full article >>>
oa.wisc.us.com/">Department of Administration, the Governor was to reallocate $71,900 in 2005-06 and $340,000 in 2006-07 in material and services to state agencies. In addition, another $37,800 in general purpose revenue was to be reallocated, and a part-time staff position was to be eliminated in 2006-07 under the DOAs general program operations appropriation.
In the 24 state agenci......Full article >>>
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