REPORT TO CONGRESS ON THE BENEFITS OF THE PRESIDENT’S E-GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES (FY11)†
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) developed this report, the FY 2011 Report to Congress on the Benefits of the E-Government Initiatives, as required by Section 733 of Division C of Public Law 111-117 (the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2010). It contains descriptions of each E-Government initiative, related objectives, costs, benefits, risks and development statuses as well as sources and distribution of E-Government funding. The information provided in this Report is aligned with the activities described in the President’s Budget of 2011.
Below is a description of the sections included in this report:
- E-Government Report (Summary of E-Government Initiative and Agency Narratives) – Provides a summary of the purpose of each E-Government initiative followed by individual agency reports describing the relevance of the initiatives to which the particular agency provides funds.
- Attachment A (FY 2011 Agency Funding for E-Gov and LoB Initiatives by Agency) – Provides, by agency, funding contributions to E-Government initiatives in which the agency participates. Includes planned FY 2011 agency contributions.
- Attachment B (FY 2011 Agency Funding for E-Gov and LoB Initiatives by Initiative) – Provides, by E-Government initiative, agency funding contributions to the initiative. Includes planned FY 2011 agency contributions.
- Attachment C (FY 2011 E-Government Funding by Agency Bureau) – Provides a breakout for each agency, by bureau, of funding sources for the E-Government initiatives in which the agency participates in FY 2011. Both the E-Government funding request as reported by each managing partner to OMB in August 2009 and the amount to be provided by agency are reflected. Bureau listing is based on Appendix C of OMB Circular A-11 (“Preparation, Submission, and Execution of the Budget”).
- Attachments D through K (FY 2007 through FY 2010 Agency Funding for E-Gov and LoB Initiatives by Agency) – Provides, by agency and by bureau, funding contributions to E-Government initiatives in which agencies participated from FY 2006 through FY 2009. This information is as reported in the FY 2007, FY 2008, FY 2009 and the FY 2010 E-Government Benefits Reports to Congress.
- Attachment L (FY 2002 through FY 2006 Agency Funding for E-Gov and LoB Initiatives) - Provides, by agency, funding contributions to E-Government initiatives in which the agency participated from FY 2002 through FY 2006.
- Attachment M (E-Gov Initiatives and Lines of Business Funding Development Status Risks) – Provides the current E-Government Initiative Development Status as reported by the initiative. Also includes a note corresponding to the risk plan for each agency.
- Attachment N (E-Gov Initiative Risks) – Provides the E-Government initiative risks as reported by the initiative.
- Attachment O (E-Government and Lines of Business Goals and Objectives) – Provides a full lifecycle view of the E-Government initiatives.
- Attachment P (E-Gov Initiatives and Lines of Business Funding History) – Provides the E-Government initiative funding history as reported by the managing partner agencies’ publicly available summary business cases.
(Executive Summary for E-Government Benefits Report to Congress)