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Early departure of CIO clouds state's tech effort

By Jay Fidell

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 05, 2014

~~<p>The Abercrombie administration claims one of its best accomplishments over the past fours years was the appointment of a chief information officer to modernize the state's ancient computer system.</p>
<p>Now, despite the vision of former Hawaii Govs. John Burns and George Ari&shy;yo&shy;shi, we're way behind in building a tech industry to diversify our economy. We're also still way behind in modernizing the state's IT system &mdash; another big unfunded liability.</p>
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The Abercrombie administration claims one of its best accomplishments over the past fours years was the appointment of a chief information officer to modernize the state's ancient computer system.

Now, despite the vision of former Hawaii Govs. John Burns and George Ari­yo­shi, we're way behind in building a tech industry to diversify our economy. We're also still way behind in modernizing the state's IT system — another big unfunded liability. Login for more...



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