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Chapter : Information Science and Technology
Information Science and Technology
Defense Information Systems Agency (Defense Dept.),6910 Cooper Ave., Fort Meade, MD 20755; (703) 607-6001. Vice Adm. Nancy A. Norton (USA), Director.
The Defense Dept. agency responsible for information technology and the central manager for major portions of the defense information infrastructure. Units include the White House Communications Agency.
Health and Human Services Dept. (HHS), National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC),330 C St. S.W., Floor 7, 20201; (202) 690-7151. Fax, (202) 690-6079. Dr. Don Rucker, National Coordinator.
General email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web, www.healthit.gov and Twitter, @ONC_HealthIT
Coordinates nationwide efforts to implement information technology that allows for electronic use and exchange of health information. Goals include ensuring security for patient health information, improving health care quality, and reducing health care costs.
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