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5 Structural Changes ahead for IT management – Government

November 19, 2010 No Comments

White House officials are overhauling information technology management throughout the federal government with a five-part initiative of structural changes that includes developing a professional acquisition corps, aligning budget and acquisition schedules more closely and prioritizing cloud-based solutions, Chief Performance Officer Jeffrey Zients announced today.

The changes in managing the $70 billion in annual IT spending also include closer engagement with the IT industry to identify innovative and shared solutions and increased accountability for outcomes by reducing ineffective layers of oversight, said Zients, who also is deputy director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.

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