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What Are “Information and Technology Assets”?

This term IT Assets includes the wide range of information resources that CDC uses to conduct both its scientific Public Health mission and its internal administrative operations, the equipment that we use to access, process, and store this information, as well as the individuals who design, operate and use the various systems and information.

Among the many examples of equipment and software include:

Computers Printers Networks
Software E-mail Fax machines
Telephones Paper documents Data Sets 
Pagers Voice Mail Laptops


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This CD-ROM was produced April 8, 2003
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