- To assess agencies’ FITARA implementation efforts and plans.
- Yesterday, the Committee released this video previewing today’s hearing.
- In 2014, Congress enacted FITARA to improve the government’s IT capabilities and enhance the authority of federal agencies’ Chief Information Officers to make IT related decisions.
- In 2015, Subcommittee staff and the Government Accountability Office developed a scorecard assigning a grade from A to F to assess agencies’ FITARA implementation efforts.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Mr. Luke McCormack||Chief Information Officer||U.S. Department of Homeland Security||Document|
|The Honorable Chip Fulghum||Deputy Under Secretary for Management and Chief Financial Officer||U.S. Department of Homeland Security||Document|
|The Honorable Frontis Wiggins||Chief Information Officer||U.S. Department of State||Document|
|Mr. Douglas Pitkin||Director, Bureau of Budget and Planning||U.S. Department of State||Document|
|Mr. David A. Powner||Director, IT Management Issues||U.S. Government Accountability Office||Document|
|FITARA 3.0 Scorecard (Full Version)||Document|