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Information Technology: Agencies Need to Strengthen Oversight of Billions of Dollars in Operations and Maintenance Investments
David A. Powner (au)
Of the $79 billion federal agencies budgeted for info. tech. (IT) in 2011, $54 billion (about 69%) was reported to have been spent on the operations and maintenance of existing legacy IT systems -- commonly referred to as steady state investments. Given the size and magnitude of these investments, it is essential that agencies effectively manage them to ensure they continue to meet agency needs. As such, the Office of Mngt, and Budget (OMB) directs agencies to periodically examine the performance of such investments against, among other things, established cost, schedule, and performance goals by performing annual operational analyses (OAs). This report determined the extent to which federal agencies analyze the performance of steady state investments in accordance with OMB guidance. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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