The conclusions of the 2002 study are amply supported: investigations found that IT security was breached whether or not telework was involved, OMB and GSA issuances said that attention to compliance with existing security guidelines will enable effective secure telework programs, and the IRS ERAP
implementation has succeeded.
Jennifer Frost's "An Interracial Movement of the Poor": Community Organizing and the New Left focuses on ERAP in an attempt to broaden understanding of New Left activism.
Founded in 1963, ERAP attempted to build "an interracial movement of the poor" that would challenge mid-century liberalism and empower underrepresented people to determine their own political destinies.
Throughout the book, Frost jumps from project to project and mentions a host of organizations, often leaving the reader struggling to keep them all straight, and wondering about the relationship between seemingly autonomous organizations like JOIN, NCUP and ERAP itself.
Prior to ERAP, the IRS connected remote users and those working from taxpayer locations through four different types of access networks.
New users can easily install ERAP on their own, decreasing their dependency on IRS technical support--the first time the IRS has had a self-installable application.
Additionally, to avoid waste, fraud or abuse of the program, ERAP allows the IRS to monitor user accounts.
will provide high-speed access to more than 50,000 of these remote and traveling IRS workers so they can securely access agency resources through a variety of transport methods such as cable and DSL.
Economic Development Minister Andrew Davies added that ERAP
had produced a balanced and thoughtful programme of research.
The state holding ERAP
, the second largest shareholder after