Chief Information Officer, General Services Administration
Chief Financial Officer, General Services Administration
Chief Information Officer, Department of Education
Acting Assistant Secretary for Finance and Operations, Department of Education
Federal Chief Information Officer, Office of Management and Budget
❝Improving IT spend transparency is critical to improving business end-to-end, from the idea to the acquisition to what we actually deliver.❞
This goal will: improve business, financial, and acquisition outcomes; enable Federal executives to make data-driven decisions and analyze trade-offs between cost, quality, and value of IT investments; reduce agency burden for reporting IT budget, spend, and performance data by automating the use of authoritative data sources; and enable IT benchmarking across Federal Government agencies and with other public and private sector organizations.
The Technology Business Management (TBM) Framework will enable the Federal Government to: run IT like a business; drive innovation and business transformation; improve services to citizens; add cost transparency; and increase accountability to taxpayers.
July 10, 2019
How to Win with Technology Business Management (TBM)
Each play here is a plan of action or strategy used to move toward a goal or objective. The 7 plays in this book will improve your chances of beginning a successful TBM implementation.
June 20, 2019
Summer Updates Show Progress on Cross-Agency and Agency Priority Goals
Today, teams tasked with implementing the Federal government’s high-priority initiatives released their June 2019 progress updates for both Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals and Agency Priority Goals (APGs).