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Features, costs, and perceived benefits of advanced automated systems


Author:
Hershey, Alan M., Menne, Mark G., United States Food and Nutrition Service. Office of Analysis and Evaluation., Mathematica Policy Research, Inc, and Abt Associates
Year:
1990
Subject:
Food stamps -- United States -- Data processing -- Evaluation, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, program evaluation, systems analysis, and United States
Abstract:
This report summarizes the results of an intensive assessment of four automated systems that support food stamp program operations. The study had three major objectives: to identify specific innovative or advanced user functions; to estimate the overall cost of developing these systems; and to identify the major benefits of these systems as perceived by users.
Language:
English
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Office of Analysis and Evaluation
Collection:
USDA publications