Information Technology

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This department provides services to all Windham Administrative Offices. The services provided include:

1. Providing analysis of computer needs

2. Developing specifications for computer purchases

3. Providing assistance with office automation

4. Providing programming for custom application development

5. Providing programming for data reporting

6. Providing training and assistance for end users

7. Scanning of student testing

 

Additional Information:

Business Services
Career and Technical Education
Counseling, Testing and Records
ECHO
Human Resources
Information Technology
Operational Support
Recreation

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