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Topic - Melanie Stokes
Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles shoveled $28 million into a massive overhaul of its customer service system before scrapping the troubled project last year and quietly adopting a new plan, according to a state audit.
"Since we're upgrading our system, those fees will be millions lower," she said.
Ms. Stokes also said the eventual completion of the 34 smaller projects will end up saving the state money in the way of lower information-technology costs.