Wisconsin's government computer projects are failing because of poor planning, cost overruns, delays and a lack of oversight, a report released by a state representative shows.
Sue Jeskewitz, R, Menomonee Falls, who oversaw the Legislative Audit Bureau report, "says we need project managers, for accountability, and the state should think about looking into new contractors. Jeskewitz says the Department of Administration, which was too busy with its own problems to address other problems, has lost credibility," according to an article on Wisconsin Radio Network's web site.
Jeskewitz plans to hold a hearing May 2 of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee to review the report's results.
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