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Getting Started

NICE Framework One Pager - a quick way to connect with the framework. A printed document one can share with those new to the the NICE Framework

NICE Framework 101 - walk through the NICE Framework website and explore how to navigate the various work roles and associated links. NOTE: this tutorial was based on the old NICE Framework web page and will be updated soon!

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Created November 8, 2019, Updated May 19, 2020