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‘Everything we didn’t do with Phoenix’: feds tap SAP for work on long-awaited Phoenix replacement pilot project

The election ushered in what is certain to be a period of uncertainty and discord unseen in Canada for years.
Minister of Digital Government Joyce Murray, pictured on Nov. 20, 2019, arriving at Rideau Hall before being sworn into cabinet at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, was tasked with leading work on the Next Generation HR and pay system to replace Phoenix. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
By Mike Lapointe      

In the wake of the fourth anniversary of the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system, the federal government has reached a long-awaited milestone in the years-long saga that has left thousands of public sector workers overpaid, underpaid, or not paid at all.

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