Architecting IT for the Mission and Business Needs of the Future: Lessons Learned from the First Five Years of FITARA Implementation

To understand the key facilitators and obstacles to successful IT oversight and implementation, Government Business Council (GBC) interviewed federal IT leaders on their thoughts on FITARA’s effectiveness thus far, as well as ongoing IT initiatives, priorities, and challenges.

Despite the newfound centrality of government technology, barriers to IT modernization on a foundational, systemic level still remain. In response to these growing concerns, Congress enacted the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) in 2014. This legislation aims to drive visibility into bureau-level IT spend and reduce the amount of rogue IT. Five years in, how is FITARA implementation going? 

Download this GBC Expert Dialogues to learn about:

  • How federal agencies are leveraging the FITARA legislation to modernize their IT portfolios
  • The categories of the FITARA scorecard in which agencies are seeing the most success
  • Best practices for adopting enterprise IT architectures 
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