From Nextgov: Minding the debt . . . and the desktops, too

By Joseph Marks

July 21, 2011

The Bureau of Public Debt is best known for selling Treasury bonds to finance the government and repaying borrowers when those bonds come due -- a normally boring job that's taken on existential significance in recent weeks as Congress and the White House battle over raising the ceiling on federal borrowing.

The bureau also has an extensive sideline, though, in providing other civilian agencies with information technology services, including website development, data hosting, security assessments and help desk services.

Read the whole story at Nextgov.com.


By Joseph Marks

July 21, 2011

http://www.govexec.com/technology/2011/07/from-nextgov-minding-the-debt-and-the-desktops-too/34440/