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Chapter : Government Information
General Services Administration (GSA), Governmentwide Policy, Information, Integrity, and Access,1800 F St. N.W., #M1E, 20405; (202) 969-7785. Fax, (202) 357-0044. Jon Kraden, Deputy Associate Administrator (Acting), (202) 676-7319.
Develops, coordinates, and defines ways that electronic and information technology business strategies can assist the Office of Management and Budget and other federal agencies to enhance access to and delivery of information and services to citizens.
General Services Administration (GSA), Technology Transformation Service,1800 F St. N.W., 2nd Floor, 20405; (202) 702-0781. Rob Cook, Commissioner.
General email, ocsit-18F@gsa.gov
Utilizes current methodologies and technologies to improve the way the federal government provides the public with access to information and services. Works to aid agencies in creating services that are more understandable, attainable, and beneficial to the public.
General Services Administration ...