Feds Pour More Money Into Fixing Phoenix Payroll System

The Federal Government is pouring more money into the problem-plagued Phoenix payroll system and admitting at this point, it’s not clear just how much taxpayers have spent on it.

The government will spend 142-million-dollars over two years to hire 200 temporary workers on top of the 300 already hired to deal with the problems that have left tens of thousands of public servants underpaid, overpaid or not paid at all.

With the additional money, the cost to fix Phoenix has risen to about $402 million — more than the $309.5 million it cost to implement the system.

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