Information Technology: Investment Oversight and Management Have Improved But Continued Attention Is Needed: Congressional Testimony
DIANE Publishing, May 1, 2011 - 19 pages
The fed. gov't. anticipates spending $79 billion on info. tech. (IT) in FY 2011. The Office of Mgmt. and Budget (OMB) plays a key role in overseeing the implementation and mgmt. of federal IT investments. It is critical for OMB and federal agencies to provide appropriate program oversight and ensure adequate transparency. In 2009 OMB deployed a public Web site known as the IT Dashboard that provides detailed info. on 800 major federal IT investments, incl. assessments of these investments' performance against cost and schedule targets. This testimony discusses OMB's efforts to improve the oversight and mgmt. of federal IT investments through the use of the Dashboard and other efforts. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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