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IRS, private firms try to avoid competing with each other

The Internal Revenue Service and private tax firms are working up a plan to offer free electronic tax filing to low-income Americans—and to avoid a battle between the government and the multi-billion dollar tax preparation industry.

Despite lack of new funding, e-gov projects to move forward

The Office of Management and Budget has provided almost $5 million in funding for only a few of 24 e-gov projects, but the unfunded projects will still move ahead, the Bush administration’s e-gov chief said Monday.

Rep. Davis proposes quicker review of security technology

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., plans to introduce legislation this week to help speed the federal government's evaluation of homeland security technologies.

Online job fair nets 20,000 applicants for 230 jobs

More than 20,000 people submitted applications for 230 federal technology jobs during an online job fair last week that could serve as a model for government hiring efforts.