Office of E-Government & Information Technology

The Office of E-Government & Information Technology, also called the E-Gov office, develops and guides the U.S. federal government's use of Internet-based technologies for the public to interact with the government. The office is part of the Office of Management and Budget.

The E-Gov office is headed by the Federal Chief Information Officer of the United States.[1]


The E-Government Act of 2002 defined and authorized creation of this office.

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