PASSPORT SYSTEM MEANT TO BE FASTER AND CHEAPER IS SLOWER, $75M OVER BUDGET

The current processing system for issuing Canadian passport is on its last legs, and a new system was supposed to be up and running next June. But like many other federal IT projects, this one is millions of dollars over budget because of botched planning — and won't be ready in time.

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