Lawmakers grill state administrators on problem-plagued computer upgrade

By October 20, 2016 December 21st, 2017 Uncategorized

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — State officials responsible for Rhode Island’s month-old, $364-million public-benefits computer system — and its many reported problems — were grilled for four hours Thursday by lawmakers. Two House Oversight and House Finance Committee members, Rep. Michael W. Chippendale and Rep. Patricia Morgan, said just the day before they had talked to people seriously affected by the arrival last month of the Unified Health Infrastructure Project, UHIP. The

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