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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

The President’s Management Agenda - Celebrating One Year of Progress

By CIO Council Operations · March 20, 2019
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One year ago in Kansas City, MO, the Administration rolled out the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) as a long-term vision for modernizing the Federal Government. Today, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a new update which looks back on a year of progress toward the ultimate goal of improving mission outcomes, service to the public, and stewardship of taxpayer dollars for the American people.

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  • How to Win with Technology Business Management (TBM)

    By Jason Gray, CIO, Department of Education and David Shive, CIO, General Services Administration · March 13, 2019

    As co-leads of the President’s Management Agenda Cross Agency Priority goal on IT Spending Transparency, the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Department of Education (Education) created a TBM Playbook in order to share some common themes in the Federal implementations of TBM at our agencies.

    CIOC Members honored as Gears of Government Award Recipients

    By CIO Council Operations · February 27, 2019
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    Several teams and individuals from across the government have been named Gears of Government Award winners on behalf of the CIO Council. The awards include many examples of how IT modernization is allowing agencies to better meet customer expectations, keep data and systems secure, build a modern workforce and ensure access to services.

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  • NSF Looks for Innovative Technology to Prepare for the Workforce of the Future via the Career Compass Challenge

    By Dorothy Aronson, CIO of the National Science Foundation · December 12, 2018
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    Technology is changing the way we do our work, and the work itself. To keep up, the National Science Foundation (NSF) plans to invest in its most critical resource – the workforce. And it's not just NSF. The need for an adaptable and ready workforce extends to other Federal agencies and beyond.