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Agencies frustrated by order to save Web pages

February 15, 2001 The National Archives and Records Administration's requirement that federal agencies hand over snapshots of their Web pages has again drawn fire from agency Webmasters and records officials. On Jan. 12, Deputy Archivist of the United States Lewis Bellardo sent a memo to agencies ordering them to hand over electronic records...

Agencies scramble to save Web sites for posterity

January 22, 2001 An order from the National Archives and Records Administration that all federal agencies make digital snapshots of their Web pages had information officers across the government scrambling in the waning hours of the Clinton administration. On Jan. 12, Deputy Archivist of the United States Lewis Bellardo sent a memo ordering...

White House touts e-government accomplishments

January 19, 2001 The White House this week touted its eight-year commitment to advancing e-government with the release of the third and final report by the administration's working group on e-commerce. The paper, "Leadership For The New Millennium: Delivering on Digital Progress and Prosperity," documents more than 1,300 e-government initiatives undertaken since 1993....

GSA launches first online property auction

January 18, 2001 The General Services Administration launched its first-ever online property auction Wednesday, allowing the general public to bid on surplus, excess and seized goods in real time. Eager deal-seekers who once crowded into cold warehouses to bid on merchandise can now log on to GSAAuctions.gov and compete with buyers nationwide for...

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