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State of Washington sued over community colleges' troubled software system

May 2, 2017View for printing

The company that has filed for bankruptcy in the middle of a troubled project to install a new computer software system for Washington's community colleges is suing the state, claiming it is owed some $13 million.

Ciber Inc., a Colorado-based information technology company, filed the claim this month in federal bankruptcy court in Delaware, where it is seeking Chapter 11 reorganization protection from creditors. The company says the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges, which operates 34 colleges around Washington, hasn't made the final payments due on a contract of nearly $44 million.

By Jim Camden

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