Is productivity a casualty of building security practices?
Columnist Tim Sprehe says e-records management should minimize end-user involvement.
Has President Bush made NARA a political football?
It is an interesting concept -- a printing agency where documents are never printed.
We all have an important stake in the Electronic Records Archive program.
The FBI recently got a painful reminder of the business case for good records management
Everyone is talking about e-government. That's puzzling because no one can say what e-government really is and so no one really knows what's being talked about.
I applaud the onrush of electronic government, but I want to make two points about the GPEA guidance published by OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
This year is the 20th anniversary of the Paperwork Reduction Act, and the law will be up for reauthorization next year. This seems an opportune time for laying out the case that, in its essential aim of reducing government paperwork, the PRA is badly broken and needs an overhaul.
If anything demonstrates how profoundly the Internet is revolutionizing American political and economic life, it's the issue of whether the Internet should be a taxfree zone.