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Information Technology: Agencies Need to Establish Comprehensive Policies to Address Changes to Projectsí Cost, Schedule, and Performance Goals
David A. Powner (au)
The fed. govít. plans to spend about $70 billion on information technology (IT) projects during FY 2008. Consequently, it is important that projects be managed effectively to ensure that public resources are wisely invested. At times, a projectís cost, schedule, and performance goals -- known as its baseline -- are modified to reflect changed development circumstances These changes -- called a re-baselining -- can be done for valid reasons, but can also be used to mask cost overruns and schedule delays. This report: (1) determines the extent of and the primary reasons for IT project re-baselining; and (2) determines whether fed. agencies have sound policies for re-baselining projects. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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