The Nashoba Regional School District in Bolton, Mass., has filed a federal lawsuit claiming "breach of contract" and alleging a New York technology company misrepresented the quality of its e-Rate consulting services and mishandled requests for funding reimbursement for an internet upgrade, reports the Sentinel and Enterprise. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court on Aug. 10, is seeking $115,040 from E-Rate Exchange LLC, alleging the company mishandled the school district's request for funding from the federal e-Rate program. Nashoba officials maintain that the school district would have been entitled to a 40-percent discount for a...
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