Millions of dollars from a federal school technology program could be lost to the Baltimore City Public Schools, because the district has not fixed problems from an audit of the money it received in 2002.

Last year's audit found the school system could not prove that computer equipment funded by the eRate, the $2.5 billion-a-year federal program that offers telecommunications discounts to needy schools, had been delivered or installed.

As a result of that and other findings, the Universal Service Administrative Co. (USAC), the third-party contractor that administers...

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