Hewlett-Packard will refund N.J. $7.5 million but will not deliver on social services contract


Hewlett-Packard will refund N.J. $7.5 million but will not deliver on social services contract

 
TRENTON — The Christie administration is getting a $7.5 million refund from the information technology company hired nearly nine years ago to develop a massive software program intended to run New Jersey’s multi-billion-dollar network of social service programs, a state spokeswoman confirmed tonight. Without CASS — the Consolidated Assistance Support System — New Jersey continues to…


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