Information Technology Indicators for a Healthy Community - Report Index
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Past reports and background documents
- Information Technology Healthy Goals
The IT Healthy Goals provides a set of values for using information technology to develop a healthy community. These values, developed with a great deal of public input, provides the foundation for our indicators project.
- 2004 Report on Residential Technology
- 2003 Small Businesses Report,
This report adds data about the use and needs of information technology collected from small businesses.
- 2001 Information Technology Indicators for a Healthy Community Report
This report contains consolidates the residential survey along with a wide range of other data on technology investment and jobs, community use of the web and more to present the first wholistic measurement of the state of information technology as it impacts the social, economic and cultural health of Seattle.
- Seattle Technology Residential Survey (2000)
The first-ever survey of 1000 residents looking at technology access, literacy, and attitudes.
- Neighborhoods and Technology Survey (2000)
The results of a survey of community and neighborhood group leaders to learn about their use of information technology in community work.
- Non-Profits and Technology Survey (2001)
A collaborative survey of the Department of Information Technology, the Human Services Department, United Way, and King County Community Services Division looking at information technology access and needs within the non-profit community.
- List of Indicators and initial report - Phase I (2000)
See the results of the indicator development process. Completed in May of 2000, this set of indicators represents a new model for looking at the impact - both positive and negative - that technology is having on our region. These were initially modeled on environmental indicators.
- Public Input Documents developed for and by the public as part of the indicator development process
project is part of the City of Seattle Community Technology Program
in cooperation with the volunteer
Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory
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