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Group modifies preparedness Web site after DHS complains

Alternate site created by intern looked too much like the original, leaving the potential for confusion, lawyer argued.

Senate approves GSA reorganization bill

Vermont Independent had placed a hold on the bill, delaying it for months.

Panel examines high-risk technology projects

Publicizing management watch list may distort its purpose, OMB official says.

Senate bill encourages electronic health records for feds

Measure would require Federal Employees Health Benefits Program insurance carriers to offer digital records.

IRS may seek waiver on eTravel system

Treasury inspector general questions GSA’s cost savings estimates and warns of increased user difficulties.

E-Gov at Five Years, Part Five: Pushing Forward

The Bush administration looks to the consolidation of back-office systems as the next step for e-government.

E-Gov at Five Years, Part Four: Mixed Results

Winning interagency support for large projects has proved challenging.

GSA extends deadline to sign up for ID card services

Agencies struggle with mandate to issue new smart identification cards and upgrade building and computer access systems by Oct. 27.

Bush names VA chief information officer

Robert Howard, currently the acting CIO, would get what some believe is unprecedented authority for a VA technology chief.

E-Gov at Five Years, Part Two: Waiting for Success

The Bush administration made grand promises for its e-government initiatives, but the results have been mixed.