A Superior Court judge has ordered Hewlett Packard Enterprise to continue its disputed work on the DMV computer system.
Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein issued a temporary restraining order requested by the state. That means Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HPE, must legally keep working on the long-delayed multi-million dollar computer system for the DMV.
Silverstein ruled the state would suffer immediate and irreparable harm if work on the DMV computer system ground to a halt. He scheduled further arguments in the case for December 1.