MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker’s newly appointed top aide tells lawmakers that a nearly $140 million computer project that’s been long-delayed and fraught with difficulties is on track for a July 1 launch. Department of Administration Secretary Scott Neitzel commented on the project Thursday during a Senate committee confirmation hearing. Democratic Sen. Kathleen Vinehout voted against confirming Neitzel, saying his answers did not inspire confidence and she is worried that the project may fail. The massive project, in the works for years, will eventually create one integrated computer system across the state government for disparate systems to support financial, human resources, payroll and procurement activities.