Maryland recovers $81 million from government contractor

Maryland's attorney general has reached an $81 million settlement with Computer Sciences Corp. after the state said the government contractor failed to develop and implement a Medicaid computer system. The dispute stems from a $170 million contract award to CSC — now known as DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), based in Tysons — to replace an IT system in use since 1992 to administer the state's Medicaid program, including processing about $10 billion paid out annually to Medicaid providers. (Wash. Bus. Journal)

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