The News and Observer of Raleigh, N.C., reports on efforts by state legislators to make North Carolina's chief technology officer responsible for approving major computer purchases. Elaine Marshall, North Carolina's secretary of state, is unhappy with a provision in the bill might lead to state residents being charged a fee to look at public online records. The fight comes in the wake of problems with major computer contracts for North Carolina's public schools and the state community college system....
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