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FCW: Anne Rung, Mary Davie Talk IT Project Strategies Amid Tight Budgets

budget analysis reviewGovernment information technology leaders at a Monday conference in Williamsburg, Va. have outlined strategies they employed to support IT projects at agencies amid budget constraints, FCW reported Monday.

Mark Rockwell writes the speakers highlighted efforts such as early engagement of financial executives, available governmentwide contracts and other tools and approaches to move projects forward.

Anne Rung, administrator of the White House’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy, told the ACT-IAC conference agencies can get contractor feedback through the Acquisition 360 program to identify potential areas of improvement in the procurement process.

Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the Office of Integrated Technology Services, added that the General Services Administration‘s category management initiative also works to drive efficiency in IT acquisition.

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