Four employees of a consulting firm billed more than $200,000 apiece in five months for work on a University of Wisconsin System information technology project, according to a review by The Associated Press (AP), fueling criticism of the university's spending on a revamped payroll system.

Another 10 employees of Chicago-based Huron Consulting Group reportedly charged at least $100,000 during that time for services on the project, which is behind schedule and over its planning budget.

A review of invoices filed from January through May found all but three of 24 Huron employees who have worked on the project are charging $192 per...

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