Needs analysis

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The needs analysis is a type of analysis to determine the need for goods , services or personnel in a certain region, a certain group of people or in a certain period of time.

Needs analyzes can show the needs of people, animals or legal entities. They must be differentiated from the needs assessments that are used to determine consumables. Needs analyzes help the state, for example, to determine how many kindergarten places it should make available or how much food it should keep in stock for each person in the event of a disaster in order to ensure supply over the period X.

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