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How about negotiating this: for any app that is determined to be orphaned, a default owner will be applied ... And make that default owner the executive who has overall responsibility for IT.

What I think you'd see happen is a quick response from that exec to make sure appropriate task-level IT staff get assigned ...

Just a thought!

Julie J. Colgan

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