Integrated Information Management Checkpoint

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Integrated Information Management Checkpoint The function and importance of the four external and six internal considerations for developing an integrated information management system for a human service organization is truly important. Integrated information management systems are very important to a human service organization it provides a huge data base that is easily accessible to all agencies. When developing an integrate information management system for a human service organization is develop by four external and six internal considerations. The external consideration refers to everything outside the boundaries of the agency or organization itself (Kettner, 2002). The external considerations are the vision, principles, architecture, and directives of the information management system. The external considerations act to be sure that the services are running efficiently and also are not causing any complications such as conflictions with data analysis and storage. On the other hand,
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