The 10th iteration of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act scorecard shows that no agency got an F or a D rating, Nextgov reported Monday. The General Services Administration (GSA) is the only agency that received an A+ rating, while nine agencies got B scores and the remaining agencies secured Cs.
“This achievement is a testament to the hard work of federal agencies’ chief information officers and also a testament to, I think, this committee and subcommittee’s steady and bipartisan oversight of FITARA since its enactment in 2014,” said Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), chairman of the House Oversight’s government operations subcommittee.
The agencies that showed progress in their letter grades are the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, State, Treasury, Social Security Administration, Environmental Protection Agency and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Thirteen agencies maintained their scores, while four showed a drop in their letter grades.