DCS: Computer System Mostly Fixed

The Department of Children's Services reported on Friday that all major problems with its computer system have been fixed, and that a list of 1,700 defects identified a year ago has been reduced to just 383 minor issues. After a review of agency data, Commissioner Jim Henry said that 14 children died in DCS custody in 2011, while 11 more died in 2012. Henry said he hopes to be able to report "in the near future" on the larger group of children who died after having some interaction with DCS but were not taken into custody. DCS previously reported that at least 73 children fell into that category. WBIR Channel 10 has the story.

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