Information Management: A Framework for the Future

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USDA Forest Service, 1992 - Information resources management - 17 pages
 

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Page 2 - Strives, as a commonly understood, accepted, and supported goal, to bring quality information, in the right form, to the right people at the right time to support sound and deliberate decisions and to generate ideas.
Page 10 - Management is a structured process to bring quality information in the right form to the right people at the right time to support sound and deliberate decisions, and to generate ideas.
Page 5 - What is required is no less than a change in the Forest Service culture, from the present way of developing, maintaining, and owning information systems in isolation to an environment of sharing, cooperation, and collaboration across all functional and organizational levels. All of this must be carried out in an open, participatory process.
Page 8 - Acquisitions of new information technologies are an integral, enabling part of the desired Forest Service information management environment.
Page 1 - Service needs to take advantage of expanding technology to more effectively process, display, and use our critical information resource.

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