This project involves the research, development, and improvement of a reporting process used to generate reports in adherence to contractual and legislative requirements. The project will review the beginning process, the proposed and implemented solutions, and the future of the project. The project addresses the goals of data quality, timeliness, and transparency throughout the paper including how they relate to the challenges, solution selection, and overall success of the project. The need for this project reflects the ongoing need for and some of the challenges that are typical of automation and systems integration in state government entities. As the role and expectations of government entities grows and changes, it is necessary to utilize technology to meet these demands within system limitations.
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Master of Science in Management and Information Systems
reporting, optimization, multiple systems
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Text; Image; StillImage
Management Information Systems
Freedman, C. R. (2017). Optimization of a Reporting Process with Input from Multiple Systems (master's thesis). Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wou.edu/theses/128
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