OMB expands its e-gov team

OMB expands its e-gov team

The Office of Management and Budget has put the final pieces of the leadership puzzle in place for its 24 e-gov initiatives.

OMB recently named four e-gov portfolio managers:
  • Jonathan Womer for government-to-citizen projects

  • Tad Anderson for government-to-business projects

  • Tony Frater for government-to-government projects

  • Steve Galvan for internal effectiveness and efficiency.


  • Womer, a former OMB policy analyst, helped agencies adhere to the Government Paperwork Elimination Act. Frater previously was a staff member of the Federal Geographic Data Committee, where he helped agencies use Extensible Markup Language.

    Anderson and Galvan came from industry: Anderson worked at IBM Corp., and Galvan ran his own consulting company.

    The portfolio managers will work with the project team leaders to assure the 24 initiatives meet the e-gov milestones recently set by OMB.

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