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The Markle Special Collection of public policy research documents is hosted by PolicyArchive, a project of the Center for Governmental Studies (CGS) and Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis. The documents in this collection cover a broad range of topics that focus on the intersection of policy and information technology.
Documents in the Markle Special Collection
The policy documents in the Markle Collection represent a small portion of Markle's work over the past several decades. They are categorized as follows:
• Health and Information Technology
• National Security and Information Technology
• Global Governance
• Information Technology for Human Development
• Children and Interactive Media
• FACCT (Foundation for Accountability) Legacy Documents
The Rockefeller Archive Center was established in 1974 to assemble, process, and make available for scholarly research the papers of the Rockefeller family and the records of various philanthropic and educational institutions founded by the Rockefellers.
In 1984, the Center began to collect non-Rockefeller philanthropic records. These holdings include a rich collection of documents, photographs, and letters spanning more than nine decades of Markle Foundation history.