But when I clicked through to the OMB memo, I found an August 2006 memo.
President Bush's electronic government initiatives saved agencies $508 million in costs during the 2007 fiscal year, according to the Office of Management and Budget.
The goal of e-government is to "improve services to citizens, to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the government and to provide savings to the taxpayer," according to OMB's memorandum. To achieve those goals, the Bush administration is developing governmentwide IT services provided by one agency or service provider to manage cross-agency functions such as payroll, training and travel management.
Friday, February 08, 2008
Our Up-to-date Government: OMB
This may be unfair, but I linked to this Government Executive article touting Bush's e-government: