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County Continues Donating Surplus Computers

For nearly a decade, Durham County has worked with various community partners to provide surplus computers to those who need them locally. A recent story by Chris Whittle on the Durham County Information Services & Technology website explains how these initiatives have evolved over the years. Durham County recently provided 91 used laptops to North Carolina Central University students via a partnership with the nonprofit Kramden Institute, according to IS&T. "Durham County Information Services & Technology is proud to have the opportunity to give back where possible," Whittle wrote in the article. "These programs would not have reached this level of success if not for our partners. It is Durham County’s hope these programs will have a positive impact for Durham County’s citizens and an influence for years to come." Learn more about the history of Durham County's initiatives to donate surplus computers in the full IS&T story.

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