Government auditors and the National Archives and Records Administration's (NARA) inspector general warn that a key part of the agency's decade-long, $453 million Electronic Records Archives (ERA) project might not be ready in time to take Bush's e-records, according to FCW.com. At the May 14 hearing, Lockheed Martin spokeswoman Anna DiPaola said the program is still scheduled to be completed on time and within budget in 2011. However, according to GAO, NARA has estimated current cost overruns for ERA's development at $16.3 million. NARA officials said they have an alternate plan in case the system is not ready in time for the presidential transition.
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