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Obama’s Budget Seeks $2.3B Govt IT Funding Boost

President Barack Obama’s fiscal 2016 budget proposal includes $86.4 billion for government information technology projects, a $2.3 billion increase from the previous year, Federal Times reported Monday. Aaron Boyd writes Obama asked Congress to earmark $49.1 billion in civilian IT funding and $37.3 billion for military IT spending. The White …

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Postal Service IG Recommends More Internet, Self-Service Tech

The U.S. Postal Service‘s inspector general is recommending the agency look to the Internet and self-service technology as an avenue to help it handle its financial problems, GovExec reports. Eric Katz writes the OIG highlighted both online services and in-person help with electronic transactions as potential areas of improvement for …

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Performance.gov’s Public Rollout a Question Mark after E-Gov Funding Cut

Performance.gov was to be a cornerstone of the federal government’s transparency and open-government initiatives. Conceived to be a “one-stop shop” for federal performance information, complete with dashboards tracking key agency goals, the site’s public rollout is now in jeopardy after the administration’s funding for certain federal websites was slashed. The …

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