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Vancouver (B.C.). Computer Services Division

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Vancouver (B.C.). Computer Services Division

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  • Data Processing and Systems Division, 1957-1966
  • Computer Services Division, 1966-?

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The Computer Services Division was established as a division within the Finance Department in 1966. Prior to that it was known as the Data Processing and Systems Division. The division is responsible for the centralized data processing and computer services function, including the management of word processing equipment, oversight of the use of personal computers, and, in conjunction with the Personnel Department, computer training.

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  • Data Processing and Systems Division, 1957-1966
  • Computer Services Division, 1966-?

Predecessor to:
Information Technology Department, ?-present

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Vancouver (B.C.). Financial Services

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hierarchical

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1957-????

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Vancouver (B.C.). Computer Services Division, is subordinate to: Vancouver (B.C.). Financial Services

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Vancouver (B.C.). Information Technology Department ()

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temporal

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????-present

Description of relationship

Vancouver (B.C.). Computer Services Division, is predecessor to: Vancouver (B.C.). Information Technology Department

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