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Jeffrey Zients has been chosen to serve as acting director of the Office of Management and Budget until a new director is confirmed.
A look back on the last 18 months driving the federal government.
The Office of Management and Budget is pulling out its fine-tooth comb as it begins the task of ferreting out financial management modernization projects in need of refinement. Joe Moyer with Micro Focus tells us how companies are reacting and adapting to the change.
Now set to conclude his tenure as director of the Office of Management and Budget this Friday, Peter Orszag appraised his 18 months in the job. He points to a number of ways in which he and the administration tried to change the way the government works.
The Office of Management and Budget is taking aim at the worst 25-to-30 technology projects across government.
Agencies are to review all IT projects over the next month, and the programs that are in the worst shape will go through TechStat sessions. This analysis is part two of a three pronged approach to fixing systemic problems with technology initiatives. Federal CIO Kundra says OMB will try to address those long-standing problems in October through the release of best practices.
Tags: technology , management , Vivek Kundra , IT project management , at-risk IT projects , Jason Millerv , Tom Carper , Susan Collins , Jeff Zients , DoT , Dan Mintz , Powertek , high risk projects , Jason Miller
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
In the wake of the Obama Administration's decision to halt or review billions of dollars worth of information technology programs, TechAmerica Foundation is convening a group of experts from industry and academia to provide recommendations for improving the way the federal government purchases and implements IT systems. Co-vice-chair Renny DiPentima explains.
TechAmerica has put together the Commission on Government Technology Opportunity in the 21st Century.