KRMA Gives Up on Software

KRMA Gives Up on Software

After spending some 700,000 dollars on a software application that allegedly does not work, the Kankakee River Metropolitan Agency or KRMA is giving up on it.   The Daily Journal reports officials say that the application, designed to help manage the plant, is good for not much more that communications. The software was developed by former KRMA executive director Richard Simms, who left in April and is now reportedly under federal investigation.

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