Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) has developed a central database system that replaces many manual processes and streamlines many other administrative procedures. The history of the Central Database Project is provided, and major accomplishments are described. These improvements have increased CCE's ability to comply with state and Federal regulations and with human resources policies. Daily operations are improved with easier access to data and analysis and administrative overhead is controlled, allowing staff to focus on program development and delivery. Finally, the improved technological capacity should increase technological credibility.
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Grantham, D. G., Josey, C. V., Stoquert, E. F., & Applebee, G. (2010). Cornell Cooperative Extension Gains Efficiencies and Increases Capacity with a Central Database. The Journal of Extension, 48(4), Article 26. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol48/iss4/26