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Common Ground: Fundamental Principles for the National Information Infrastructure: First Report of the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council

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National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council, Common Ground: Fundamental Principles for the National Information Infrastructure: First Report of the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council (1995) (full-text).

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In this first report to the Secretary of Commerce, the NIIAC presented the common ground — the fundamental principles for the NII. These principles cut across industries; bridge the gap between state, local, and federal governments; address the needs of public interest, education, labor, and community groups; and reflect the knowledge and experience of experts in NII-related fields. The principles were intended to provide a foundation for the continuing work of the Council and to facilitate debate and discussion with NII stakeholders, the general public, and outside experts.

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