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Federal Chief Information Officers: Reporting to OMB Can Be Improved by Further Streamlining and Focusing on Priorities
David A. Powner (au)
Federal agencies annual invest over $80 billion on information technology (IT). As part of overseeing this spending, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directs federal chief information officers (CIOs) to report on their management of IT in such areas as capital planning and investment management, security, and strategic planning. This report reviewed the usefulness of such CIO reporting requirements. The objectives were to (1) identify the current IT reporting requirements that agency CIOs are to address for OMB; (2) evaluate the extent to which OMB and agency CIOs use the required information to manage IT, including CIOsäó» views on the utility of the requirements; and (3) assess any OMB efforts to streamline this reporting. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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