E-gov security gateway in works

Monday, 27 May 2002, 11:56 AM EST

The General Services Administration this fall plans to take bids on the development of one of the linchpins of the Bush administration's vision for e-government: a security gateway that would provide a single point at which users can sign on to access services that require passwords or other means of authentication.

GSA is the lead agency on the e-Authentication initiative, one of two crosscutting initiatives under the administration's e-government strategy.

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