Friday, August 26, 2005

Freeze angers DISD vendors

Dallas Morning News | News for Dallas, Texas | Latest News: "A consortium of technology vendors Thursday called for a federal agency to lift its freeze on Dallas schools' computer money, saying it unfairly pinches their finances and casts a shadow over the good work they've done.

While saying they don't condone the behavior that prompted the freeze – ordered after reports in The Dallas Morning News – the vendors argued that the news reports and the freeze hurt those who have worked together in a massive project to wire Dallas campuses to the Internet.

'You've effectively created this universe where we can't make any money, where there's public distrust,' said Eddie Hill, president of Hill Professional Services."


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