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Bridges4Kids LogoC.E.P.I. Beginning to Work on Final Data Change
Gongwer News Service, August 6, 2003
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The Center for Educational Performance and Information began work Tuesday on the last of its planned changes in school data collection in the state.

The State Administrative Board approved a $235,000 contract Tuesday between HTC Global Services of Troy and the Department of Information Technology for work on CEPI's Financial Information Database. The project will shift schools from providing paper financial records to electronic files over the Internet.

"Instead of having to key in specific information, they'll be able to upload their data," said Lani Elhenicky with CEPI. "This reengineers the way financial information is collected."

It also allows the state to break down school district information to the building level, Ms. Elhenicky said.
    

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