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Money and Politics: State overlooks past, hires Accenture

5:56 PM, Feb. 8, 2014
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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has drawn flak lately over his refusal to grant pardons. But, it turns out, his administration does believe in second chances.

Walker's Department of Administration has signed a $58.6 million contract with Accenture to implement a massive state information technology project called STAR. Accenture was essentially booted from another state project in 2007.

STAR, which stands for State Transforming Agency Resources, will manage finance, procurement and human resources functions for state agencies. The DOA says the system will cost $253 million over 10 ...

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