REPORT TO CONGRESS ON THE BENEFITS OF THE PRESIDENT’S E-GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES (FY13)†
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) developed this report, the FY13 Report to Congress on the Benefits of the E-Government Initiatives, as required by Section 732 of Division C of Public Law 112-74 (Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2012) included as a part of House Joint Resolution 117 (Making continuing appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2013, and for other purposes). It contains descriptions of each E-Government (EGov) initiative, related objectives, costs, benefits, risks, and development statuses as well as sources and distribution of E-Gov funding. The information provided in this Report is aligned with the activities described in the President’s Budget of 2013.
Below is a description of the sections included in this report:
- E-Government Report (Summary of E-Gov 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 2013 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 FY13 agency contributions.
- Attachment B (FY 2013 Agency Funding for E‐Gov and LoB Initiatives by Initiative) – Provides, by E-Government initiative, agency funding contributions to the initiative. Includes planned FY13 agency contributions.
- Attachment C (FY 2013 Agency Bureau Level Funding for E‐Gov and LoB Initiatives) – Provides a breakout for each agency, by bureau, of funding sources for the E-Government initiatives in which the agency participates in FY13. Both the EGovernment funding request as reported by each managing partner to OMB in August 2012 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 G (FY 2011 through FY 2012 Agency Funding for EGov and LoB Initiatives by Agency) – Provides, by agency and by bureau, funding contributions to E-Government initiatives in which agencies participated from FY11 through FY12.
- Attachment H (Funding Prior to FY 2011) – Provides the location of funding levels for FY02-FY10 as reported in previous Benefits Reports.
- Attachment I (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. 5
- Attachment J (E-Gov Initiative Risks) – Provides the E-Government initiative risks as reported by the initiative.
- Attachment K (E-Government and Lines of Business Goals & Objectives) – Provides a full lifecycle view of the E-Government initiatives.
- Attachment L (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)