Thursday, August 7, 2014
Mayor de Blasio had called for the 60-day review of the system.
“...The project outsourced critical responsibilities to consultants who were insufficiently accountable to the city,” Comptroller Stringer said in a statement.
The upgrade was supposed to take five years, but that time has stretched to 15 years, he said -- to "no sooner than 2018."
By last month, the estimated cost had soared 73 percent to $2.326 billion.
Stringer made a number of recommendations. The Comptroller's report can be found here.
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