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I'm working on a P&P project, which isn't my usual fare.
The client is a city IT department, and we're rebuilding their docs on
IT matters. Especially security, but other topics as well.
Their scheme is: Policies set by the City Council, Administrative
Orders set by the City Manager, and Procedures set by the IT Department.
Except that some of the AOs are policies, and some are standards.
Any comments or suggestions, as to naming, structure, etc?
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626 840-8875 cell
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