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Case
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Reference no. 9-918-013
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2018
Version: 16 February 2018
Revision date: 05-Dec-2019
Length: 11 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

When Hewlett-Packard Enterprise notified Rhode Island's Governor's Office that it won't be able to deliver a 'fully-functioning' technology upgrade for the Department of Motor Vehicles, both parties had reached a breaking point. HPE argued that it would need more money to complete the system, while the Governor's cabinet countered by stating that HPE was violating its contractual obligations. The case covers Rhode Island's perspective of the various moves each side made in preparation for anticipated adjudication.
Location:
Industries:
Size:
> 1 billion; Fortune 500
Other setting(s):
2008-2017

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Abstract

When Hewlett-Packard Enterprise notified Rhode Island's Governor's Office that it won't be able to deliver a 'fully-functioning' technology upgrade for the Department of Motor Vehicles, both parties had reached a breaking point. HPE argued that it would need more money to complete the system, while the Governor's cabinet countered by stating that HPE was violating its contractual obligations. The case covers Rhode Island's perspective of the various moves each side made in preparation for anticipated adjudication.

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Location:
Industries:
Size:
> 1 billion; Fortune 500
Other setting(s):
2008-2017

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