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Submission + - CA City Fails to Collect $17.6M in Parking Fines (itworld.com)

itwbennett writes: "Long Beach, California has $17.6 million in outstanding parking fines. To blame: Old software that requires too much manual intervention, city auditor Laura Doud said in a report released last week. The ironically named AutoProcess system, which is also used by the city of Pasadena, 'isn't integrated with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, meaning that information about who owns a particular vehicle has to be manually loaded into AutoProcess,' according to Doud's report."
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CA City Fails to Collect $17.6M in Parking Fines

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