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ACT-IAC Unveils Phase 3 of IT Acquisition Reform Implementation Project for OMB

cybersecurityThe American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council has released the third phase of its Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act implementation project for the Office of Management and Budget developed to serve as a means of assessment of FITARA impact over time.

ACT-IAC said Thursday Measures of Impact will work to provide federal agencies with metrics to assess information technology management practices for a comprehensive model of IT maturity.

The council said “Measures of Impact” are categorized under Measures of IT management maturity, Measures of IT service delivery and Measures of improving agency effectiveness and efficiency and scored from Level zero to Level 3 which are translated to “ad hoc governance structure” and “demonstrated maturity”.

ACT-IAC added that Congress and the Government Accountability Office could help implement the act alongside stakeholders and a number of government-wide domain forums.

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