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OMB asks agencies to identify e-gov costs, savings

Cost estimates for existing IT initiatives are due by Sept. 30, and regular updates on savings eventually will be required.

Debate over e-voting is still plaguing elections

Some states and jurisdictions still have not complied with federal e-voting deadlines for the November election, national panel finds.

Agencies miss OMB deadlines for upgrading networks

Government at risk of failing to meet deadline for transition to Internet Protocol version 6 standards, GAO reports.

More sensitive information goes missing from VA

Medical data for 38,000 people could be on missing desktop computer.

OPM releases telework guidance for pandemic flu

Critic says the plan lacks new ideas for responding to a potential quarantine.

Radio-frequency tracking tags pose recycling challenge

EPA officials concerned about potential environmental impact of increased use of radio-frequency identification devices.

Agencies push to meet IT security deadline

Office of Management and Budget memo outlines steps for agencies to improve the security of sensitive information.

Navy names new intranet chief

Rear Adm. Timothy Flynn will come to Washington this fall from the San Diego-based Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: The Age of Results

In the final part of our four-part series on the landmark law overhauling information technology procurement, we look at the challenge CIOs face going forward in meeting the act's mandates.

GSA seeks system for gathering governmentwide travel data

Information from central repository would be used for management reports on government travel trends.