When former Gov. Bruce Rauner signed an executive order creating the state’s Department of Innovation and Technology in 2016, the administration made promises that the agency would be able to fully implement a total technology overhaul within seven years — and only cost $250 million for the first few years, eventually generating enough revenue thereafter to pay for itself.

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