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PROVIDING WORLD CLASS DIGITAL SERVICES
Advances in technology, such as cloud and mobile, are transforming how agencies deliver and consume information technology (IT) services. Federal CIOs have opportunities as never before to enable agency mission delivery, improve customer service, maximize return-on-investment, and support emerging needs. Through the Digital Government Strategy, we are securely architecting our systems for interoperability and openness from conception, unleashing the power of Government data and reducing barriers to citizen and business interaction with the Government.