The state is spending $910 million on an improved accounting system that would replace outdated programs used by different departments. The project, known as FI$Cal, is behind schedule and likely to exceed its budget, according to a new review.
The state is spending $910 million on an improved accounting system that would replace outdated programs used by different departments. The project, known as FI$Cal, is behind schedule and likely to exceed its budget, according to a new review. Sacramento Bee file photo, 2017
The state is spending $910 million on an improved accounting system that would replace outdated programs used by different departments. The project, known as FI$Cal, is behind schedule and likely to exceed its budget, according to a new review. Sacramento Bee file photo, 2017
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$910 million and counting: Report warns of rising costs for state tech upgrade

August 08, 2017 2:50 PM

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