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The agenda will include bringing more people to the table and having OMB take the lead.
The White House on Tuesday published guidelines for federal agencies looking to bring their IT systems into the 21st century under new legislation.
The president announced his choice to lead IT policy for the entire federal government.
Four Democratic lawmakers are urging the president—for the second time—to appoint a director to the Office of Science and Technology Policy and fully staff the department.
Administration may be skirting the limits of its legal authority to carry forward and transfer funding.
The far-reaching plan pushes agencies to adopt cloud and shared services.
Agencies have to prep their staff and their systems as the funding deadline approaches.
That’s a problem that will need to be solved by the courts.
The lack of CIO involvement in major projects could allow them to slide off the rails, GAO says.
The administration nominated General Services Administration and Office of Personnel Management leaders, as well as other positions.
A pilot that gathers spending data directly from contractors and grant recipients could also help agencies better assess spending.
The Office of Managment and Budget's recent memo to reduce reporting burdens also eliminated a customer experience-focused group.
The White House nixed several outdated IT directives to federal agencies.
Agencies should start thinking now about making the business case for change, performance metrics and how to transition from outdated technologies to new platforms.
The Jared Kushner-led innovation office meets regularly with Office of the Chief Information Officer on cyber and citizen matters.
Agency heads can appoint an official to be accountable for cybersecurity rather than being accountable themselves.
U.S. Digital Service would receive $19 million, while 18F would get $21 million.
Ten years after agencies were to limit using SSNs, they've seen "limited success," GAO said.
OMB’s 2013 guidance requires IT systems related to excepted activity, including national security, stay functional.
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