Supes OK $5.6M new financial system

By From page A1 | March 29, 2013

A “Who’s Who” of El Dorado County elected leaders joined forces Tuesday morning to urge the board of supervisors to approve a $5.6 million overhaul of the county’s long-outdated Information Technology system. Sheriff John D’Agostini, District Attorney/IT Director Vern Pierson, Recorder-Clerk Bill Schultz, Surveyor Rich Briner and Assessor Karl Weiland had signed a two-page letter to the board recommending approval of the IT system. D’Agostini, reading the letter for the public record, cited chapter and verse detailing the inadequacy and inefficiency of the “current financial system which has approached end of life.”

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