New York Times: Move to open government electronically

Rebecca Fairly Raney reports on the new Office of Electronic Government established as a part of the E-Government Act signed into law last week.

The new office is charged with organizing the various services, rules and reports issued by the government in ways that make sense to the public. The law, which was written by Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, Democrat of Connecticut, allocates $45 million to an e-government fund this year. That fund will grow to $150 million in four years.

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