White House updates federal e-gov site
- By Jason Miller
- Mar 10, 2003
The White House today launched a revamped Web site for e-government projects, organizing information about the 25 Quicksilver initiatives under one portal.
The site, at www.whitehouse.gov/omb/egov
, provides details about all the projects, such as brief and in-depth descriptions, status, coming milestones and links to their sites.
The Office of Management and Budget also has posted an events listing and information about the E-Government Act of 2002, the original e-government strategy and other related laws and regulations, such as the Government Paperwork Elimination Act. It also for the first time listed the Quicksilver portfolio managers, their e-mail addresses and phone numbers.
The General Services Administration ran the original version of the site at egov.gov.
The GSA has moved its site to www.estrategy.gov
, which continues to provide information about the smart-card and public-key infrastructure work it is doing as well as other e-government information.