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State technology chief endorses IT audit recommendations

Madison, Wis. - The new head of the state Division of Enterprise Technology is promising full compliance with recommended improvements contained in a recently released audit of state information technology projects.

Oskar Anderson, administrator of the DET since late February, said he concurs with all the recommendations contai......

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While some view such changes as risky, Anderson said large IT projects have a tendency to expand over the course of time, so it's important to view mid-course corrections as "a good thing.

Anderson's views on mid-course corrections represent a growing consensus among state officials.

Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/18/07


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