Fort Worth district audit finds $2.7 million in unneeded technology

Fort Worth district audit finds $2.7 million in unneeded technology

Fort Worth district audit finds $2.7 million in unneeded technology

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by YAMIL BERARD

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Posted on July 14, 2014 at 7:01 AM

More than $2.7 million worth of computer equipment and technology purchased by the Fort Worth school district was either “unnecessary” or is still sitting idle after seven years, an internal audit shows.

The audit says the district paid $1.8 million for unneeded educational technology, then paid another $823,380 for software — never used — for business and personnel operations. The district also paid hundreds of thousands in annual maintenance fees on unused equipment.

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