E-gov goes on

The McLean, Va., Hilton was the site Aug. 28 for a Federal Sources Inc. breakfast, featuring Daniel Chenok, branch chief for information policy and technology at the Office of Management and Budget.

Daniel Chenok, OMB branch chief for information policy and technology, spoke on "Continuing the Work of E-Government."

Brian Flood (left) and Terri Beck, both with FSI.

Sahra McLaughlin of the Renaissance Group (left) and Judy Cavanaugh of Unisys Corp.

Bill Cratty of Veridian Information Solution (left) and Drew Steever of Integic Corp.

Michael Heffner of Sprint (left) and Jim Wilson of NCI.

Photo by: Olivier Douliery

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