technology, internet, hardware, software, Onondaga County
Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
This study reports information about the recent technology audit of 30 of the 35 municipalities in Onondaga County. Data collection time was designated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, 2002. Several extensions were made with the final data accepted on Oct. 23, 2002. Researchers used an instrument designed to gather information about number of computers accessible to staff, type of hardware and software used, funding allocated for computer training, number of printers available, access to the Internet, employee satisfaction with current technology and future technology needs. The report provides the results of the audit comparing the compiled data using bar graphs, pie charts and tables. Municipal pages break down the information by individual municipality and provide comparisons using the average found in the 30 municipalities in Onondaga County.
Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Community Benchmarks Program, "2002 Technology Audit of Onondaga Municipalities" (2002). Community Benchmarks Program. Paper 10.