Virginia Attorney General Opinion Finds IT Conflict
Attorney General William C. Mims said late tonight that Gov. Tim Kaine's technology secretary Len Pomata should not be moonlighting as chief information officer of the state's technology agency.
Legislators had asked for Mims' opinion after the former chief information officer was abrupty removed and replaced by Pomata.
The General Assembly is investigating the state's unprecedented 10-year, $2 billion contract to upgrade the state's computer system.
Kaine has questioned some aspects of the contract, but has said repeatedly that he did not have a problem with Pomata serving as the chief information officer until a new permanent replacement was hired.
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