Free bucks for the best

Managers of the two most successful of 24 high-priority federal e-government initiatives will be rewarded with a substantial financial bonus for their teams, according to a plan proposed by Mark Forman, associate director for IT and e-government in the Office of Management and Budget.

OMB oversees the 24 initiatives, which range from FirstGov, a one-stop-shop Web portal for citizens, to Enterprise HR, an effort to electronically integrate personnel records across government and speed security clearance processing.

The two teams with the best results in meeting cost, schedule and performance goals will share a bonus of several hundred thousand dollars as provided in the administration's fiscal 2003 budget proposal.

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