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E-Government Strategy

By Forman, Mark

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Book Id: WPLBN0000076736
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Reproduction Date: 2007
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Title: E-Government Strategy  
Author: Forman, Mark
Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
Collections: Environmental Awareness Library Collection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency


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Excerpt: In your July 18, 2001 Memo (OMB Memorandum M-01-28), you established an E-Government Task Force to identify priority actions that achieve strategic improvements in government and set in motion a transformation of government around citizen needs. We launched that Task Force on August 9, 2001, and by mid-September it had completed its work and recommendations. At the October 3, 2001 meeting of the President's Management Council, the recommendations were considered and approved. Subsequently, multi-agency project teams and OMB staff have developed the implementation roadmap. Attached is the federal government’s E-Government Strategy, including a implementation roadmap that implements the Task Force’s findings. It represents the work of the 81 Task Force members from 46 agencies and bureaus, as well as subsequent decisions made in preparing the FY 2003 Budget. The initiatives are targeted at improving the quality of services to citizens, businesses, governments and government employees, as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of the federal government. Managing partner agencies are currently leading efforts to implement each initiative in a phased approach that builds on the re-launch of the FirstGov portal. I look forward to your continuing support as we continue the development and implementation of these E-government initiatives. I would also like to thank all who participated for their contribution.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Page 1. Executive Summary 1 2. Strategic Vision 3 3. The Strategy 3 4. The Problem 5 5. Approaches and Findings 6 6. Recommendations and Overview of the High Pay-off Initiatives 10 7. Barriers and Mitigation Strategies 11 8. Implementation 12 9. Governance and Management of Change 18 10. Initiative Relationship to the President’s Management Agenda 20 Appendices: A. Memo From Mitchell E. Daniels, Director, Office of Management and Budget 22 B. E-Government Task Force Members 24 C. Task Force Process 25 D. Initiative Summaries 26


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