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“Federal employees are working together, both within their agencies and across the Federal government. In concert with the four other management agenda goals, E-government is transforming our agencies and producing results by providing improved services,” said Clay Johnson III, Deputy Director for Management for OMB.

USA Services presents citizens with a single “front door” to government, allowing them to receive accurate, timely, and consistent answers and information. Through Firstgov.gov, the National Contact Center (1-800-FED-INFO), and the Pueblo, Colorado, publication distribution facility, USA Services had 209 million citizen contacts in FY 2003. Launched in 2002, GovBenefits.gov has referred more then 2 million visitors to benefit programs for which they may be eligible. Recently, a loan benefit tool was added to the GovBenefits.gov site, providing enhanced loan services to Americans. Recreation.gov will release a new centralized national recreation reservations system in spring 2005. Additionally more then 3 million Americans filed their taxes on-line for free in spring 2004, an increase of over 20 percent from the year before. These Initiatives will continue to deliver value to citizens in the forthcoming year.

 

Public Law No: 107-347Download this document

 


 

International Affairs and Commerce involves the non-military. It includes the delivery of citizen-focused, public, and collective goods and/or benefits as a service and/or obligation of the Federal Government to the benefit and protection of the nation's general population.

 

Business Areas

Services for Citizens

The Mode of Delivery Business Area describes the mechanisms the government uses to achieve the purpose of government, or its Services to Citizens. It includes Financial Vehicles, Direct Government Delivery, and Indirect Government Delivery.

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Services for Citizens

The Mode of Delivery Business Area describes the mechanisms the government uses to achieve the purpose of government, or its Services to Citizens. It includes Financial Vehicles, Direct Government Delivery, and Indirect Government Delivery.

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International Affairs and Commerce involves the non-military. It includes the delivery of citizen-focused, public, and collective goods and/or benefits as a service and/or obligation of the Federal Government to the benefit and protection of the nation's general population.

 

  • Defense and National Security International Affairs and Commerce involves the non-military activities that promote U.S. policies and interests beyond our national borders, including the negotiation of conflict resolution, treaties, and agreements.
  • International Affairs and Commerce In addition, this function includes: foreign economic development and social/political development; diplomatic relations with other Nations; humanitarian, technical and other developmental assistance to key Nations; and global trade.

 


 

International Affairs and Commerce involves the non-military. It includes the delivery of citizen-focused, public, and collective goods and/or benefits as a service and/or obligation of the Federal Government to the benefit and protection of the nation's general population.

 

Strategic National and Theater Defense

Strategic National and Theater Defense involves establishing national and multinational military objectives; sequencing initiatives; defining limits and assess risks for the use of military and other instruments of national power; developing global plans or theater war plans to achieve these objectives; and providing military forces and other capabilities in accordance with strategic plans.

 

Operational Defense

Operational Defense involves linking tactics and strategy by establishing operational objectives needed to accomplish the strategic objectives, sequencing events to achieve the operational objectives, initiating actions, and applying resources to bring about and sustain these events.

 

Tactical Defense

Tactical Defense involves focusing on the ordered arrangement and maneuver of combat elements in relation to each other and to the enemy to achieve combat objectives.

 


 

The Government to Citizen Initiatives provide one-stop, on-line access to information and services to citizens. Each of them has delivered significant results in the past two years and is committed to providing greater benefits in the forthcoming.

USA Services presents citizens with a single “front door” to government, allowing them to receive accurate, timely, and consistent answers and information. Through Firstgov.gov, the National Contact Center (1-800-FED-INFO), and the Pueblo, Colorado, publication distribution facility, USA Services had 209 million citizen contacts in FY 2003. Launched in 2002, GovBenefits.gov has referred more then 2 million visitors to benefit programs for which they may be eligible. Recently, a loan benefit tool was added to the GovBenefits.gov site, providing enhanced loan services to Americans. Recreation.gov will release a new centralized national recreation reservations system in spring 2005. Additionally more then 3 million Americans filed their taxes on-line for free in spring 2004, an increase of over 20 percent from the year before. These Initiatives will continue to deliver value to citizens in the forthcoming year.

 


 

Presidential Initiatives

GovBenefits.gov

Program Manager

Jeff Koch (Acting)

Description

Provides a single point of access for citizens to locate and determine potential eligibility for government benefits and services.

Progress to Date

  • JLaunched eligibility screening tool to identify social services citizens may qualify for
  • Added all applicable federal benefit programs for citizens to the site
  • Established state level relationships and identified state benefit programs for inclusion on the site

 


 

Library

E-Gov & IT Related Legislation Overview but the title could get longer so here it is a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a

 

The E-Government Act of 2002

Public Law No: 107-347Download this document

The E-Government Act of 2002 aims to enhance the management and promotion of Electronic Government services and processes by establishing a Federal Chief Information Officer within the Office of Management and Budget, and by establishing a broad framework of measures that require using Internet-based information technology tand for other purposes.

 

The E-Government Act of 2002

Public Law No: 207-247Click to view this Web page

The E-Government Act of 2002 aims to enhance the management and promotion of Electronic Government services and processes by establishing a Federal Chief Information Officer within the Office of Management and Budget, and by establishing a broad framework of measures that require using Internet-based information technology tand for other purposes.