He solves problems.

On a rainy Monday morning last month, Kelso, who had just been appointed chief deputy and interim director of the Department of Information Technology, was working from a hallway bench on the third floor of the Capitol. Directly above him on the fourth floor, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee was grilling witnesses about their role in a flawed $97 million software contract the state entered into with Oracle Corp.

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