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Section 213 of the E-Government Act Report to Congress: Organizations Complementing Federal Agency Information Dissemination Programs

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Office of Management and Budget, Section 213 of the E-Government Act Report to Congress: Organizations Complementing Federal Agency Information Dissemination Programs (Apr. 15, 2005) (full-text).

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The report outlined promising practices of community technology centers and described their locations around the country. For example, the report noted that a promising practice adopted by some community technology centers was the implementation of programs providing comprehensive technology training and mentoring for high school students. Specifically, the report noted that students received intensive technology training in learning labs and worked in small teams to design, research, and complete multimedia projects. The report also identified a promising practice of creating summary performance reports of community technology centers that aligned with the goals of the E-Government Act of 2002 in providing access to government information. The report described successes and innovative practices as well as whether the centers met their goals.

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