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OMB's red e-gov score

I don't like to nit-pick, but... The Office of Management and Budget issues a report yesterday showing that its competitive sourcing initiative is saving the taxpayers money. OMB posts a press release [.pdf], which says:
To read Report on Competitive Sourcing Results, Fiscal Year 2004, go to www.omb.gov.

OK -- game on! Can somebody show me where, because I sure can't find it. And I tried. I really tried.

I looked last night because I wanted to include the link on our Web story... and then I am looking again this morning.

Using Google's Uncle Sam, I was able to find the fiscal 2003 report [.pdf] on a Energy Department Web site, but not the fiscal 2004 report.

OMB, of course, has a "red" on the e-government category of the President's Management Agenda scorecard. Hmmmm.

If you have a copy, send it along! Maybe we'll post it for them.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jun 08, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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