How e-gov is done

Cindy Kendall of the Bethesda chapter of Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association; Stuart Kramer of SRA International, and Tony Yaeger of SAIC chat before the AFCEA breakfast.

Officials from across government discussed how agencies are implementing the E-Government Act of 2002 at a breakfast sponsored by the Bethesda chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
Karen Hogan, deputy CIO of the Commerce Department, talked about information policy development and management throughout federal agencies.
Panelists at the breakfast also discussed Section 207 of the E-Government Act as it relates to directory services, content management, records management and accessibility.[IMGCAP(2)]

Casey Coleman, deputy associate administrator for the General Services Administration's Office of Citizen Services, discussed implementing the E-Government Act. She explained long-term benefits to citizens, other federal workers, and business.

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