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Technology Slows Aid Distribution

Technology Slows Aid Distribution Markus Spiske

Chicago’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program is slow to distribute funds, technology may be the reason, reports the Intercept. 

In March 2021, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot awarded a $600,000 contract to Unqork, a New York-based cloud computing and software company. The expectation was for Unqork to manage the IT behind the Emergency Rental Assistance program, or ERAP, a coronavirus-era initiative that provides up to 15 months of rental and utility assistance to renters and landlords

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