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goals. For example, a state government department that oversees vocational-education programs submits an annual report to the state legislature, as well as a lot of technical information produced for the public: flyers, brochures, pamphlets, radio and television ads, and course materials. These documents help the department secure its funding and reach its audience.
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Unformatted text preview: Technical documents also reflect an organization’s culture. Some organizations have a rigid hierarchy and expect employees to format their documents in a particular way and to write only to their immediate supervisors and to others on their own level. In other organizations, the culture permits or even encourages employees to make their own decisions on these...
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