Government Technology: New Orleans Council Opens Probe Into Smart Cities Contract

The New Orleans City Council on Thursday opened a formal investigation into the City Hall employees involved in the controversial “smart city” technology contract, as one city IT staffer defended ties he had with a winning bidder through an outside company he cofounded.

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