Online Extra: Forman’s legacy, selected stories

New e-gov chief is not governmentwide CIO

June 25, 2001, Page 1


OMB nears approval of e-gov plans


Oct. 22, 2001, Page 1


OMB: Pass the hat for e-gov funds


Dec. 10, 2001, Page 1


Forman adds expertise to tech staff


Jan. 21, 2002, Page 8


OMB sets e-government milestones


March 4, 2002, Page 1


OMB sets e-gov architecture baseline


April 1, 2002, Page 7


OMB advocates J2EE, .Net for e-gov


April 29, 2002, Page 1


Forman's team funds four projects


April 29, 2002, Page 10


OMB tightens grip on e-gov purse strings


May 20, 2002, Page 1


OMB to assign e-gov watchdogs


July 1, 2002, Page 1


OMB halts spending for homeland security IT


July 29, 2002, Page 1


OMB model gives agencies a reference point on IT projects


July 29, 2002, Page 14


OMB pushes agencies to share funds


Aug. 19, 2002, Page 7


Bush brass will seek separate funding for architecture work


Sept. 16, 2002, Page 7


OMB ups the ante on agency IT projects


Oct. 21, 2002, Page 10


Legislation may broaden OMB’s e-gov perspective


Dec. 16, 2002, Page 7


OMB to agencies: Justify that IT spending


Feb. 10, Page 1


New Quicksilver strategy asks managers to deliver


April 28, Page 7


OMB tightens screws on business cases


May 5, Page 1


OMB gets down to business for 2005


June 2, Page 1


OMB revises architecture models


June 23, Page 9



As he exits, Daniels puts focus on software licenses


July 7, Page 16


OMB eyes central authentication plan


July 21, Page 1


OMB unveils next-generation e-gov strategy


July 21, Page 12



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