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Computerized Systems: EHA

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Computerized Systems: EHA
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Administrative use of computer technology, including word processing equipment and microcomputers, can take many forms. Some may be stand alone type applications while others may require the microcomputer to operate on a network. The complexity of these applications requires short- and long-range planning. The planning must recognize the interlocking nature of administrative applications. Knowledgeable and cooperative determination of the best way to accomplish an objective is required and software and hardware compatibility must be maintained.

All purchases of a microcomputer for administrative use, whether it is for a school building or for an administrative unit, must be approved and authorized by the superintendent, or designee.

Microcomputers, which are authorized for administrative use, must have the capability of simple expansion to include network capabilities and must fit into a long-term plan for computer use and expansion within the district.