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Help Us Deliver A Digital-First Government

By: Clare Martorana, Federal CIO | 17 Nov 2023

In September 2023, The Office of Management and Budget published the Delivering a Digital-First Public Experience guidance. The guidance provides agencies with tangible actions and timelines to deliver a digital experience that meets the public’s expectation now and in the future.

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  • CIO Council Releases Handbook for Small Agency CIOs and Executives

    By: Chris Chilbert, Chief Information Officer, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Co-Chair of Small Agency CIO Council and Tony McDonald, CIO, OMB, Chief Information Officer, Office of Management and Budget, Co-Chair of Small Agency CIO Council | 11 May 2023

    The Small Agency CIO Council published the Federal Small Agency CIO and IT Executive Handbook in partnership with GSA’s IT Modernization division. Small agencies often have unique organizational structures that do not follow the traditional staffing model for IT administration. We recognized the importance of creating guidance specifically to meet...

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