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San Diego's system problems

So the San Diego, Calif. Union-Tribune has a report about the city's troubled IT systems.

San Diego Union-Tribune: System failure

San Diego's city government relies on a patchwork of mainframe computer programs, incompatible software and outdated machines resulting in wasted time and money, frustration and some safety risks, according to a San Diego Union-Tribune investigation that found that the city doesn't know how much it spends on computer systems or keep a master inventory of its equipment.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jun 28, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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