February 23, 2021 | 11:40 AM
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts has paid more than $400,000 to a Maryland company that came under heavy criticism when the state’s coronavirus vaccination sign-up system failed, according to public documents.
The state was charged $318,000 in August for a lifetime license for PrepMod Public Heath Bundle, an “end-to-end system” that promised to “automate all aspects of managing public health programming, including pandemics and other public health emergencies,” according to documents obtained by the Boston Herald.
On Jan. 7, the state was charged another $43,086 for a “project manager” and $77,445 for “senior development,” according to records.
PrepMod is the state’s
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