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Mark Forman, the first administrator of e-government and information technology at OMB, gives us his thoughts.
OMB tells Congress in annual report about its plans and goals for the governmentwide projects and the lines of businesses. Agencies expected to spend $124 million on e-government initiatives, down from $138 million last year.
CRS report highlights potential overlap across government
Observers say innovation is his strength
CIS hires IBM to change business processes
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Internal documents obtained by Federal ews Radio details administration's plans to require use of the secure identity card, cloud computing, data center consolidation and several other initiatives. Current and former government officials say OMB clarified its stance on how to move forward with many of the former Bush administration initiatives.
If you liked what Vivek Kundra did as the chief technology officer for Washington D.C., then the plans he laid out before the Federal Chief Information Officer's Council Feb. 6 would suit you well.
The administration proposes to decrease the governmentwide technology budget by 1.6 percent over the 2010 enacted funding. White House also zeroes out funding for OPM's Retirement Systems Modernization program in 2011. OMB also plans to create centralized IT services around data centers, cloud computing and other areas.
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