The General Services Administration failed to back earlier predictions that its e-Gov Travel initiative would save $568 million and cost $95 million
, citing the expense of analysis, according to the General Accountability Office. "Because the projected savings are scattered among many personnel, it may be difficult for agencies to explicitly achieve reductions corresponding to the projected savings, such as by reallocating or reducing personnel resources," GAO wrote in a new report. "Thus it is unclear the extent to which these savings will be realized." In a separate matter, GAO said GSA is meeting its goals related to providing small business travel agencies an opportunity to service federal travelers.