A new report from the Indiana University Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy outlines a significant hurdle for Indiana nonprofits. The study suggests many lack basic technology tools to operate effectively. The report is based on Indiana-based nonprofits, spanning traditional public charities and religious congregations to other tax-exempt organizations like membership associations and advocacy groups. The study reviewed 1,036 Indiana nonprofits and found that 1/3 of those surveyed do not have an organizational website, although 60 percent use social media frequently or almost all the time. More than one-third say they rarely or never use electronic financial records or IT security.