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In a departure from recent practice, top Office of Management and Budget officials are playing a central role in developing and implementing a strategy for managing the federal government.
The Bush administration’s point man for electronic government said Thursday he is taking aim at complex and scattered federal information technology systems.
President Bush released a plan for putting in place his management reform agenda on Wednesday, reinstating the President’s Management Council and directing agency heads to designate chief operating officers who will be responsible for overall management at each agency.
Legislation allowing federal employees to compete for virtually all government contracts would cause “irreparable harm” to national security, according to 12 retired senior military officers.