Press Releases: E-Gov & IT General
August 24, 2004
Timothy K. Young Named Associate Administrator of E-Gov and Information Technology for the Office of Management and Budget
Washington, DC - Timothy K. Young has been appointed Associate Administrator of E-Government and Information Technology (IT) for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Tim is an excellent selection for this position. For the past eleven months, he has provided strong leadership and superb management of Presidential E-Government initiatives and Line of Business task forces, said Karen Evans, Administrator of E-Gov and IT. His vast experience and proven track record will be essential as OMB completes the initial 24 E-Government initiatives and our strategy.
Evans said Mr. Young will be in charge of planning and implementing the Federal Government’s electronic government priorities. He will work to ensure that government is meeting the goals of the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) delivering value and results to citizens and saving taxpayer dollars.
Most recently, Mr. Young served at OMB as the Portfolio Manager for Internal Efficiency and Effectiveness (IEE). The IEE Portfolio’s objectives are to rethink internal Federal Government processes using modern technology and to reduce costs by using industry best practices in areas such as supply-chain management, financial management, and knowledge management.
Prior to joining OMB, Mr. Young was a Senior Consultant with BearingPoint’s Federal Services Consulting Practice (formerly KPMG Consulting). In this capacity, he helped clients improve business processes, reengineer services, and adopt quality management principles. In addition to his consulting experience, Mr. Young conducted research internships with the U.S. House of Representatives and the Heritage Foundation.
Mr. Young has a Master of Business Administration from the Kogod School of Business at the American University with a concentration in management of global information technology. Mr. Young also received a B.A. in Political Science from Georgia Southern University.
For more information please contact OMB Communications at 202-395-7254, or visit the web site at http://www.omb.gov.