Zombie IT Contract Refuses To Die
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7/1/2013 | 1:53:48 AM
re: Zombie IT Contract Refuses To Die
The numbers being thrown around here are quite big in my
opinion, especially paying so much for unfinished, undelivered, and cancelled
products. I know with contracts being what they are, CSC is probably well
within their rights to demand the payment, but it still seems like a lot
especially if the initiative was ultimately cancelled. If I were to pay for a
product or service, I wouldnG«÷t pay any remainder if the product or service was
unsatisfactory or incomplete and I decided it was in my best interest not to

Jay Simmons
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