Most organizations with computing capacity have access to the Internet. This access opens up a multitude of sources on nonprofit organizations, environmental scans, competitors, reference material, etc. If your organization has learned to use the inquiry process (search engines), the Internet will produce a lot of information that should be used in the decision making process. There are other sources of information that the Internet cannot match and will never replace like a contact within another agency. However, other sources of information will never approach the depth and breadth of Internet information. Caution: everything on the Internet is not true. Using Internet information requires some judgment and common sense.