In July, 1982 the Center for Applied Urban Research (CAUR) of the University of Nebraska at Omaha was awarded a grant from the W. K. Kellogg Foundation to develop and test a training and technical assistance program to help small and rural local governments acquire and use microcomputer technology. This effort contains two major parts: 1) demonstrations of prototype methods in one or more Nebraska local governments that they can use to acquire microcomputer systems, and 2) development of training programs, training materials, and a film on microcomputers for local government officials.
Norris, Donald F. and DiMartino, David R., "Computers and Small Local Governments: A Survey of Computer in the Plains and Mountain States" (1983). Publications. 177.