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How Louisiana saved $70 million with IT consolidation efforts

The state of Louisiana recently organized an office consolidation and IT modernization project that has so far achieved $70 million in cost savings.

The state brought together all of its IT departments from across 20 executive branches. Under this new structure, it has been able to consolidate legacy systems, work toward IT modernization and cut costs by using a shared services model.

A new report published by Splunk shows how Louisiana’s move to a more agile infrastructure has improved its ability to deliver mission outcomes and effectively steward taxpayer dollars.

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