Electronic Government: Federal Agencies Have Made Progress Implementing the E-Government Act of 2002
This charge is a focus point for the Federal Library and Information Center Committee (FLICC), and the Interagency Committee on Governmental Information (ICGI), a subcommittee established by the E-Government Act of 2002
, which reports to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
The DON CIO is responsible for DON compliance with Section 208, Privacy Provisions of the E-Government Act of 2002
In addition, state and local governments can purchase AiTS' services via the company's GSA Information Technology Schedule 70, as authorized by the cooperative purchasing provisions of the federal E-Government Act of 2002
Recognizing the importance of human capital to information technology (IT) and the need to improve the skills of federal IT workers, Congress created the Information Technology Exchange Program (ITEP) as part of the E-Government Act of 2002
The E-government Act of 2002
amended the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act to permit "cooperative purchasing.
Did you know that President Bush recently signed the E-Government Act of 2002
into law, requiring the federal government to use Internet-based information technology to enhance citizen access to government information?
State and local governments can also purchase AiTS' services via the company's GSA Information Technology Schedule 70, as authorized by the cooperative purchasing provisions of the federal E-Government Act of 2002
These assessments, required by the E-Government Act of 2002
, are a tool for agencies to fully consider the privacy implications of planned systems and data collections before implementation, when it may be easier to make critical adjustments.
The GSA has proposed to amend its Acquisition Regulation to implement Section 211 of the E-Government Act of 2002
(Federal Register, January 23, 2003).
OPM's e-Gov Program is dedicated to carrying out the mandate of the President's Management Agenda, the e-Government Act of 2002
, and the Federal Enterprise Architecture.
The E-Government Act of 2002
requires regulatory agencies, to the extent practicable, to ensure there is a Web site the public can use to comment on the numerous proposed regulations that affect them.