On April 1, 1984 the Center for Applied Urban Research initiated a study of the requirements for automated word processing for the city of Omaha. The study involved the collection and analysis of information regarding the amount and kind of typing activities in each city department in the civic center. The purpose was to determine whether automated word processing would be feasible and practical in these departments and, if so, how many word processing work stations and printers would be required.
Norris, Donald F., "Automated Word Processing Requirements for the City of Omaha, Nebraska" (1984). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 215.