GSA center gets e-gov deluge

GSA center gets e-gov deluge

The Federal Consumer Information Center recently discovered the drawing power of electronic-government services.

After a brief mention of its 2001 Consumer Action Handbook in a Sept. 10 'Parade' Sunday newspaper supplement, the General Services Administration agency received 16,000 online orders in 24 hours, center director Teresa Nasif said.

People who don't want to wait for the 148-page booklet to arrive in the mail can view an online version at [GCN, July 10, Page 44].

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