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Information Technology: Agencies Need to Strengthen Oversight of Multibiliion Dollar Investments in Operations and Maintenance
David A. Powner (au)
Of the more than $82 billion that federal agencies plan to spend on info. tech. (IT) in FY 2014, at least $59 billion is to be spent on operations and maintenance (O&M), which consists of legacy systems (i.e., steady state) and systems that are in both development and O&M (known as mixed life cycle). The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) calls for agencies to perform annual operational analyses (OAs), which are a key method for examining the performance of O&M investments. The objectives of this report were to, among other things: (1) identify the federal IT O&M investments with the largest budgets, including their responsible agencies and how each investment supports its agencyńˇ╗s mission; (2) determine the extent to which these investments have undergone OAs; and (3) assess whether the responsible agencyńˇ╗s major IT investments are in development, mixed life cycle, or steady state. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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