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Government Information Technology Agency—State-wide Technology Contracting Issues (January 2003, Report No. 03-01)

 
 

This audit found that the Government Information Technology Agency (GITA) did not take the appropriate steps to ensure that a $30.6 million state-wide IT contract it negotiated was beneficial. Additional justification and reviews are needed prior to entering into future state-wide IT contracts that commit the State to over $1 million. To ensure its objectivity, GITA also needs to develop a policy to ensure its independence when reviewing state agencies’ IT projects. Finally, the Statewide Technology Licensing Agreement (STLA) account should be allowed to sunset because it has never been used and it is not needed.

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