College’s $100M Software Doesn’t Work

OLYMPIA – A $100 million software system that was pushed online at the Community Colleges of Spokane more than a year and a half ago still doesn’t work properly and the vendor hired to install it filed for bankruptcy this week, a legislative panel was told Tuesday.

Consultants hired to study problems with the software, known as ctcLink, have told the state Board of Community and Technical Colleges to “pause” the installation until all problems can be worked out at Spokane, Spokane Falls and Tacoma community colleges.

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