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Strategic Planning in a Government Organization: The Experience of the Technical Information Division at NRaD

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This article describes the development of a technical information organization's strategic objectives and its plan to achieve those objectives. The responsibilities of the organization span the continuum of information—that is, from its development to its retrieval and use. Professional technical communication skills include writing, graphic design, photography, multimedia, videography, and library science.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1997-11-01

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