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Online auctions could transform federal marketplace

November 17, 2000 Online auctions could revolutionize the way federal agencies purchase goods and services, dispose of assets and even decide where to deploy workers, according to a new report. The report, "The Auction Model: How the Public Sector Can Leverage the Power of E-Commerce Through Dynamic Pricing," explores how the public sector...

Agencies urged to get e-government input from citizens

November 16, 2000 Agencies that solicit citizen input as they work to put government services online are in the best position to lead the e-government revolution, says a report released this week by the General Services Administration. The study, "Citizens' Expectations for Electronic Government Services," is based on a survey of program managers...

IRS making strides in modernization, report says

November 15, 2000 Despite its failure to meet four congressional requirements for continued funding to upgrade the nation's tax system, the Internal Revenue Service has made substantial progress, according to a new General Accounting Office report. The report, "Tax System Modernization: Results of Review of IRS' August 2000 Interim Spending Plan" (GAO-01-91), is...

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