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Lines of Business Initiatives > Lines of Business


In March 2004, the Office of Management and Budget kicked off a government-wide analysis of five lines of business supporting the President's Management Agenda goal to expand Electronic Government. Interagency teams will examine business and information technology data and best practices for each line of business – financial, human resources, grants, health, and case management systems. The goal of the effort is to identify opportunities for the FY 2006 Budget to reduce the cost of government and improve services to citizens through business performance improvements. The Office of Management and Budget and the Line of Business Task Forces will use business principles and best practices to identify common solutions for business processes and/or technology-based shared services for government agencies.

The five Lines of Business and their agency team leads are:

  Financial Management (FM)
      Department of Energy
      Department of Labor
  Human Resources Management (HR)
      Office of Personnel Management
  Grants Management (GM)
      Department of Education
      National Science Foundation
  Federal Health Architecture (FHA)
      Health and Human Services
  Case Management (CM)
      Department of Justice

For more information on the Lines of Business Initiatives, please visit http://lobm.gsa.gov

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