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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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Federal CIO says even these governmentwide investments were done in a silo. He says many of the initiatives are at a point where they need to be upgraded or reconsidered altogether. But, Kundra says many e-government projects are paying expected dividends.
In its first year, the website Challenge.gov let agencies add public contests as a low-cost way to find innovative solutions to their problems. Officials at the General Services Administration, which runs the site, say challenges offer a lower-cost alternative to procurement or grants and speak to a different audience. GSA would like to see challenges standardized across the government in the coming year — but worry that the site may lose funding.
After a slow start and a small drop in the first quarter of 2009, e-government satisfaction reaches an all-time high.
Engage, listen, respond, new study says
Next on the Federal Drive, 6-10 a.m. * Here we go again - the countdown to shutdown is underway. Congress has less time than you think to come to a compromise. * Find out about the new National Center for The Veteran Institute for Procurement, and how it helps small veteran-owned businesses land federal deals. Be sure to check out these interviews and more on the next edition of the Federal Drive, weekdays from 6-10 a.m.
Former E-gov administrator Karen Evans is here to tell you what might stay, what might go, and who it would affect if this cut gets passed.