Big Glitch 

The city auditor says mismanagement plagues the rollout of an $18 million computer system, and an administrator fires back.

The introduction of an $18 million computer system intended to streamline Richmond’s finances is -- to put it mildly -- not going well, according to reports on the ground and a high-level audit released this week. In the city’s fire department, the…

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