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55% STATE TO LOOK AT BIG BUYS NEW RULE REQUIRES WRITTEN APPROVAL FOR PURCHASES OVER $250K
$250,000. The policy change follows federal and state reviews of West Virginia's decision to buy more than 1,000 Internet routers that cost $24 million. The state Office of Technology bought the routers two years ago under a statewide ...
Published: Friday, February 01, 2013
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55% AUDIT LOOKS INTO $24M ROUTERS BUY
broadband expansion project funded by the federal stimulus, the state is removing routers that cost as little as $40 at public facilities and replacing them with $22,400 routers. "It's $24 million in government funds, so we're looking...
Published: Wednesday, August 08, 2012
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55% INTERNET ADVISER’S INVOICES REJECTED FIRM EXCEEDED CONTRACT RATE PER HOUR; IT WILL 'RESUBMIT'
in West Virginia. The review is expected to include a financial audit. Burdette's announcement followed Gazette reports that state officials are using $24 million from the stimulus grant to put 1,000 high-powered Internet routers in...
Published: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
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55% CITYNET TO BUILD $13.5M INTERNET UPGRADE
Martin also has criticized state officials for spending $24 million on oversized Internet routers for more than 1,000 public facilities. The routers cost $22,600 each. Earlier this year, the state Legislative Auditor released a scathing...
Published: Friday, October 18, 2013
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55% GOODS AND SERVICES TOMBLIN SCRAPS CONTRACTS FOLLOWING ROUTER AUDIT, STATE AGENCIES MUST SOLICIT FORMAL BIDS
follow a legislative auditor's recommendation that the state scrap a controversial "secondary bid" practice that was used to buy high-capacity Internet routers for $24 million. Secondary bids allowed state agencies to tap existing statewide...
Published: Friday, May 31, 2013
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55% BROADBAND AUDIT LOOKS AT SPENDING ON TOWERS OFFICE PREVIOUSLY FOUND FUNDS WASTED ON ROUTERS
In February, the legislative auditor released a scathing report, finding that the state wasted at least $7.9 million — and up to $15 million — in stimulus funds by purchasing oversize routers. The state installed most of the routers...
Published: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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55% EX-CEO HELPING STATE ON INTERNET PROJECT CONSULTANT HAS TIES TO TOMBLIN ADMINISTRATION
advise Burdette and Tomblin. Earlier this month, Burdette said ICF would also review how state officials were spending more than $126 million in federal economic stimulus funds to expand high-speed Internet in West Virginia. The review...
Published: Thursday, May 24, 2012
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54% $24 MILLION ROUTER BUY HOUSE KILLS PURCHASING REFORM BILL TOMBLIN TO CHANGE RULES ANYWAY
in February. State auditors found that high-ranking government officials circumvented purchasing regulations when they used federal stimulus funds to buy more than 1,000 routers as part of a statewide high-speed Internet expansion project...
Published: Friday, April 12, 2013
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54% AUDITOR'S OFFICE TAKES ROUTER AFTER CRITICAL REPORT
they installed the high-capacity Cisco 3945 series routers paid for with $24 million in stimulus funds. The routers cost $22,600 each. On Monday, Gale Given, the state's chief technology officer, said her agency exchanged 32 of the...
Published: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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54% $126M BROADBAND PROJECT A 'TRAIN WRECK,' DELEGATE SAYS
fiber, and that is not the case," she said. The U.S. Commerce Department's Inspector General and West Virginia Legislative Auditor's office are reviewing the state's use of the $126.3 million in stimulus funds. The project was designed...
Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2013
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