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Information Technology: Key Federal Agencies Need to Address Potentially Duplicative Investments
David A. Powner (au)
The federal government budgets more than $82 billion annually for information technology (IT). Given the magnitude of this investment, it is important that federal agencies avoid investing in duplicative systems to ensure the most efficient use of resources. Studies have shown that agencies were funding IT investments that perform similar functions, thus raising concern that these agencies were investing in unnecessary systems. This work also raised questions about whether agencies have similar potentially duplicative investments in other areas. The objective of this report was to identify whether there are other potentially duplicative IT investments at key federal agencies. It selected for review the three agencies with the largest amount of planned IT spending: the Depts. of Homeland Security (DHS), Defense (DOD), and Health and Human Services (HHS). Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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