Both the Washington state House and Senate have passed bills that would cut out the red tape on computer equipment donations to schools by state agencies.

The private sector in Washington has long been a friend of schools when it comes to donating surplus computer equipment to schools. That has not been the same case for state agencies, which are currently hampered by state rules. Before an agency can give equipment to a school, it must first alert the state Department of General Administration, which puts a priority on giving the equipment to other agencies that could make use


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