Press Releases: E-Gov & IT General
November 25, 2003
Evans Names Stanton ”Tad“ Anderson Associate Administrator of E-Gov and Information Technology Office of Management and Budget
Washington, DC - Karen Evans, Administrator of E-Gov and Information Technology (IT) at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), has appointed Stanton ”Tad“ Anderson Associate Administrator of E-Gov and IT at the OMB.
”I am pleased to have Tad’s continued dedication to the President’s Management Agenda and the E-Gov initiative. As the Associate Administrator, he will oversee the initial Presidential E-Gov initiatives and manage them to their completion. Tad’s management and oversight of the E-Gov portfolio will provide me with the opportunity to focus on the larger issues associated with proactively managing the $60 billion government-wide IT portfolio. This oversight will ensure the future of E-Government as the vehicle for streamlining government operations and delivering breakthrough performance through cross-agency collaboration,“ said Administrator Evans.
The role of Associate Administrator is to successfully plan and implement the federal government’s electronic government priorities, while ensuring that efforts across government meet the needs of the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) to deliver value and results to citizens and save taxpayer dollars.
Most recently, Mr. Anderson served as the Portfolio Manager for the Government-to-Business (G2B) customer segment. The G2B portfolio is a set of initiatives intended to reduce burden on businesses by adopting processes that dramatically reduce redundant data collection, provide one-stop streamlined support for businesses, and enable digital communication with businesses using the language of E-business (XML).
Prior to joining OMB, Mr. Anderson was a Management Consultant with IBM’s Business Innovation Services/Federal Government Consulting Practice. He has significant Federal Government experience having served at the U.S. Department of Commerce, The White House, and the U.S. International Trade Commission. Mr. Anderson also has considerable experience relative to the application of quality management principles to both public and private sector organizations. Mr. Anderson holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill with a concentration in e-business, an MA in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University, and a certificate in International Trade and Finance from St. Peter’s College, Oxford University.
For more information please contact OMB Communications at 202-395-7254, or visit the web site at http://www.omb.gov.