Information Technology

Nonprofits use technology to store, manage and share information and resources. As technology becomes more sophisticated, nonprofits can more effectively use it to benefit the organization and communities served.

A nonprofit must manage information and its technology with regard for confidentiality, safety, accuracy, integrity, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. Furthermore, it must incorporate standard and emerging technology into its work when appropriate which will improve the likelihood of achieving its mission.

In order for nonprofit organizations to remain sustainable and effective in the long term, managers need to implement effective technology procedures, policies and systems. Stable systems will prevent problems that could arise as result of internal and external disruptions.


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