Federal regulation of automatic data processing and its effects on the Department of the Navy.
Shaw, Joe Leo
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Electronic data processing equipment is playing an increasingly important role in the daily lives of every man and woman. This is particularly true of the men and women who serve in the Federal Government. The volume and complexity of the information processed by the Federal Government computers stagger the imagination. It would be physically impossible to carry out many Federal programs without electronic data processing equipment.
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