[FISCAL NOTES] The Cost of Aging Government Technology

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State Agencies and “Legacy” Systems
In the latest issue of Fiscal Notes, we examine Texas state government’s aging information technology (IT) infrastructure and the challenges it faces in serving a population growing by nearly half a million residents a year.

The December-January issue also examines a major new IT-related project spearheaded by the Comptroller’s office — the Centralized Accounting and Payroll/Personnel System (CAPPS). This project will replace the state’s main automated business applications for financial reporting and human resources.


Source: Texas Comptroller

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