Tuesday, June 7, 2011 | 12:01 p.m.
Clark County District Attorney David Roger’s office is suing a New Jersey company, claiming it provided a $775,000 technology system for the office that doesn’t work.
The county filed suit last week against Computer Square Inc. dba CSI Technology Group, which is based in Keasbey, N.J.
The suit in federal court is over a 2005 contract for CSI to provide a case management system to the District Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas for $775,000.
The suit says that while the county has paid more than $661,000 to CSI, CSI missed a Feb. 20, 2007, "go-live’’ deadline and then failed to provide a working system.
After a new July 21, 2008, go-live date was agreed to, the "project failed to perform in any capacity,’’ the suit alleges.
Another deadline was set for Jan. 25, 2010, but as of that date "the project continued to fail to function in any capacity, repeatedly locking down upon attempts to access, modify or input data/information,’’ the suit charges.
This caused the county to cancel the contract and it’s now suing for breach of contract, breach of warranty and unspecified damages.
A request for comment was placed with CSI.