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Group formed to address future of libraries in Internet era

Library of Congress officials say it is essential that libraries continue to exist.

GSA struggles to keep up in tech sales

Agencies are moving to non-GSA contract vehicles to meet their IT needs, analysts find.

Lawmakers to push for public-private swapping of tech workers

No exchanges have occurred to date under a program created by an e-government law four years ago.

Google to index content for federal space agency

Much of the information NASA has collected about earth and the universe is difficult for non-experts to access and understand.

OMB data shows low e-gov adoption and use rates

High percentage of agencies are participating in Bush administration's e-government initiatives.

OMB to release figures on e-gov acceptance, usage

Information will cover 18 of 25 projects; goal is to increase transparency, illustrate initiatives’ success.

Data-breach milestone stirs new call for action

Measure inserted into an omnibus bill for the Veterans Administration has too broad a definition of personal information and data breaches, industry official says.

DHS privacy office steps up scrutiny of technology projects

Critics say report to Congress covering two years of activity is short on details, seek commitment from recently arrived privacy chief.

Proponent of IT centralization declares victory at the VA

Employees involved in application development will be sent to work under the CIO Monday, and permanently placed there in April.

GSA, Defense reach agreement on acquisition policies

GSA will not hold Pentagon funds over from one fiscal year to another, in keeping with Defense legal interpretations.