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Running head: CHECKPOINT: INTEGRATED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 1 Checkpoint: Integrated Information Management James A. Overstreet, Jr. HSM/220 May 5, 2011 Zakia Robbins
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CHECKPOINT: INTEGRATED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 2 Checkpoint: Integrated Information Management Let’s take a look at the external importance to create an information system; we must take a look at the economic considerations. We must look at funders, consumers, competitors and contributors. Keeping up with these considerations will allow us to fund the programs look at the need of the program and be able to see how many others are out there offering the same program so we are able to come up to offer something better than the competition. Then we must meet the needs of each consumer and offer them all they are searching for in one place. If we take a look and then study the social needs we will be able to profile people and separate them in categories as for needs, problems opportunities and their strengths, but doing this we will be able to offer the right programs to the right people and nor have programs that is useless to helping them better themselves, the worse thing for a program to have is a bunch of worthless programs that will not match the needs of their clients. Now on the political side of things we need to be able to regulatory agencies inspecting
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