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On December 17, 2002, U.S. President George Bush signed the E-Government Act into law, taking the necessary steps to bring the federal government into the information age. Since electronic communication has become the norm for organizations both public and private, it is beneficial to revisit the details of the Act. Review the available resources to stay updated on current initiatives and evaluate how the Act improves the way government does business.

What Is the E-Government Act?

The E-Government Act was written in conjunction with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council. The Act aims to improve the value and delivery of government services through the use of IT, primarily through the streamlining of information.

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