Jessie Ball duPont Fund
  • Technology Planning

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    There is little disagreement that technology should be viewed as a strategic asset by nonprofits. At minimum, every nonprofit should at least be considering the assessment of their current state of technology and developing a plan that aligns technology with strategic goals and augments organizational efforts, while effectively managing risk. Without this type of analysis and planning, maintaining a high enough level of technical competence may prove to be impossible.

    • Technology assessments provide the foundation for developing long term strategic plans
    • Technology assessments should be conducted through the lens of reliability, security, and usability.
    • Technology plans may guide everything from eliminating paper-intensive processes to developing systems that are secure, interconnected and sustainable.
    • Technology plans can contain ways to keep pace with rapid technology change.
    • Technology plans increase confidence of internal stakeholders as well as boards and funders. Show less
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