Here’s what government officials have learned during their FITARA implementation journey.
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Although provisions in the law empower department CIOs, one thing the legislation cannot do through words alone is give them a holistic view of IT spending.
CIOs share insights on where to start with FITARA implementation and how to keep the momentum going.
The ability to not only access data but also glean insights from it is key to FITARA’s success. CIOs need access to IT spending, performance and acquisition data to make sound decisions departmentwide.
Technology Business Management is a framework for translating cost, value, and quality between different IT stakeholders. This allows critical collaboration and communication around IT spending, especially under FITARA’s changes.
If you’re looking for insight on who’s collaborating around the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act and how they’re doing it, these tips are for you.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide FITARA: What You Need to Know. Download the full guide here.
Most conversations about federal IT reforms focus on CIOs and their duties and authorities. But the reality is IT reform cannot and will not succeed without every office and employee chipping in. Here are the key points all employees must understand.
Under FITARA, the visibility and intelligence that CIOs are expected to have about their agencies’ IT domains will also inform their CISOs about where critical assets exist that require better defenses and where vulnerabilities exist that require remediation.