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Appendix B—References

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Smith, N. (2004). Lessons Learned: Writing Requests for Proposals for Statewide Student Data Systems in Education. Denver, Colorado: Education Commission of the States.

Staples, D.; Wong, I.; and Seddon, P. (2002). Having Expectations of Information Systems Benefits That Match Received Benefits: Does It Really Matter? Information & Management, 40(2) 115–131.

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Wilson, L. and Nunn, J. (2007). Stakeholder Involvement in Maryland. MIS Conference Presentation.

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