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This Energy Department blunder cost taxpayers at least $56 million

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Having offices work together is difficult in the private sector, but in parts of the federal government it comes with a $56 million price tag. The U.S. Department of Energy has lost more than $56 million due to poor coordination during implementation of a new telephone system, according to the DoE inspector general. The telephone system — known as Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP — enables...

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