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For some types of technologies, primarily web sites and technologies related to web sites (such as online course content), updates occur frequently and are internal to the organization, without any financial expenditures. In these types of situations, the procurement process is ineffective because content updates do not require financial outlays, so no procurement requirements are triggered. In these situations, requirements are needed for updating of content. This is similar to how information is released from a government agency, university, organization, or company via a vetting process that ensures the information is appropriate for public release. In some cases, there is a “public information officer” or approvals occur through a “p...

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