Sie sind Berliners'at least, for three days

Sie sind Berliners'at least, for three days

Agency IT executives took their e-government know-how to Berlin recently for the 35th Annual International Council for Information Technology in Government Administration conference.

Among the U.S. delegates at the three-day conference were, from left, Barry West, information assurance expert for the General Services Administration's Office of Electronic Government; Martha Dorris, GSA deputy director; Frank McDonough, GSA's deputy associate administrator for intergovernmental solutions; and John Ortego, director of the Agriculture Department's National Finance Center.

The ICA conference, whose theme was e-government, attracted delegates from 27 countries. IT managers shared information on initiating, developing and deploying information systems.

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