Thursday, July 23, 2015

What's the rush?

The University of California now estimates that a long-delayed upgrade to its payroll and personnel system will ultimately cost more than twice as much as originally expected. At the UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday in San Francisco, university officials said the UCPath computer project is tentatively scheduled for completion by the end of 2017 at a cost of $375 million, three years behind schedule and more than double the $156 million originally budgeted. “The project has been much more difficult, far more complex and taken much longer than we initially projected,” Chief Financial Officer Nathan Brostrom said...

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