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OMB to evaluate e-gov initiatives

Programs will be judged on whether and how they are being used by their intended audiences.

Social Security computer system may reduce disability overpayments

GAO reported that it discovered $990 million in Disability Insurance overpayments in fiscal 2003, up from $772 million in 1999.

New procurement data system to debut at end of month

Revamped Federal Procurement Data System will provide access to 13 million records.

Telework slowly catching on, officials say

Agencies slowly are adopting policies and technologies that would allow employees to work away from the office.

Agencies reach all-time high in customer satisfaction

Rankings from University of Michigan index show government is serving the public better than ever in most areas.

Report raps NASA tech transfer programs

Most research and development work critical to NASA’s mission no longer is performed inside the space agency.

Company says it was unaware of change to Treasury telecom deal

Sprint says it learned of change after contract was let to rival.

Panel seeks broad terrorism information-sharing changes

Washington should better coordinate information flowing to and from state and local officials and businesses, advisory commission's report says.

Treasury telecom contract protested

Three companies are disputing the award of the lucrative contract to AT&T.

Agencies with smaller IT budgets bogged down with security compliance

A survey of chief information security officers reveals a divide between agency haves and have-nots in information technology spending.