Authorization

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Section 3.4.1.4

Authorization

Technical documents are often officially commissioned by individuals or groups within anorganization. In other cases, foundations awarding grants for scientific research require as partof the grant contract that the recipient write periodic progress reports and a final report. Inthese cases and others, a specific reference to the authorization of the document is oftenincluded as part of the introduction.


On March 20, 1996, The Research and Development leadership team charged theSmall Systems discovery group to assess the feasibility of developing one or more internal cache-servers for the World Wide Web and report back to the Team by August 1996.

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