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Technology adviser quits unexpectedly

Says those against change have made him 'lightning rod'

By Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Staff / December 28, 2005

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The Romney administration's chief technology adviser, who spearheaded an initiative toward an ''open data" format for the state's computer systems, resigned unexpectedly yesterday, saying he had become a ''lightning rod" for those seeking to slow down or stop the changes that have gained worldwide attention. (Full article: 376 words)

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