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Federal Enterprise Architecture - Program Management Office (FEAPMO)
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GAO REPORTS ON ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AND E-GOVERNMENT

  arrow Information Technology: The Federal Enterprise Architecture and Agencies' Enterprise Architectures Are Still Maturing. (GAO-04-798T)
May 19, 2004
 
  arrow Information Technology Management: Governmentwide Strategic Planning, Performance Measurement, and Investment Management Can Be Further Improved. (GAO-04-49)
January 12, 2004
 
  arrow Information Technology: Leadership Remains Key to Agencies Making Progress on Enterprise Architecture Efforts. (GAO-04-40)
November 17, 2003
 
  arrow Information Management: Challenges in Managing and Preserving Electronic Records (GAO-02-586)
June 17, 2002
 
  arrow Electronic Government: Challenges to Effective Adoption of the Extensible Markup Language (GAO-02-327)
April 5, 2002
 
  arrow Information Technology: OMB Leadership Critical to Making Needed Enterprise Architecture and E-government Progress (GAO-02-389T)
March 21, 2002
 
  arrow Information Technology: Enterprise Architecture Use Across the Federal Government Can Be Improved (GAO-02-6)
February 19, 2002
 
  arrow Electronic Government: Challenges Must Be Addressed With Effective Leadership and Management (GAO-01-959T)
July 11, 2001
 
  arrow Electronic Government: Opportunities and Challenges Facing the FirstGov Web Gateway (GAO-01-87T)
October 2, 2000
 
  arrow Electronic Government: Federal Initiatives Are Evolving Rapidly But They Face Significant Challenges (T-AIMD/GGD-00-179)
May 22, 2000

FEDERAL WEBSITES

  arrow Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
OMB leads the E-Government effort for the Administration and is responsible for ensuring that the Federal Government takes maximum advantage of E-Government and best practices to improve the quality of services to citizens, businesses, governments and government employees; as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of the Federal government.
 
  arrow The Federal Chief Information Officers Council
The Federal CIO Council - comprised of CIOs and Deputy CIOs of the largest Federal agencies and senior officials from the Office of Management and Budget - provides a forum to improve Federal Agency practices in such areas as the design, modernization, use, sharing, and performance of agency information resources.
 
  arrow U.S. Chief Financial Officers Council
The U.S. Chief Financial Officers Council - the CFOs and Deputy CFOs of the largest Federal agencies and senior officials of the Office of Management and Budget and the Department of the Treasury - work collaboratively to improve financial management in the U S. Government.
 
  arrow U.S. Procurement Executives Council
The PEC is an interagency council consisting of procurement executives in the Executive Branch, and was established to provide a senior level forum for monitoring and improving the Federal Acquisition System.
 
  arrow Office of Electronic Government, General Services Administration
Egov.gov is a portal maintained by the General Services Administration, with links to a variety of information about E-Government.
 
   
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