Ensuring comprehensive delivery of information

Delivering public information to all people. The catalytic effect is to bring to local man an increased amount of information.
An integral part of transmitting human wisdom by making available human knowledge, data and wisdom through public education and information.
Tactics include: school information to enable schools to draw upon a more comprehensive information source; regional distribution to link information sources with regional distribution centers; presentation training to enable effective presentation of material; practics training to train in the practical aspects of the distributing system; and an integrated report to condense and report related data a helpful form. An example of this would be interlinking a global teletype system to carry news to every region.
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies