Kevin Walsh - Director, Information Technology and Cybersecurity Team, U.S. Government Accountability Office
Moderator: Nicole Johnson - Managing Editor, GovLoop
The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) has been a driving force for modernizing the way government work gets done. As a testimony to the progress agencies have made, recently unveiled scores have steadily increased, even in the face of radically shifting the Federal workforce to telework.
The task of delivering the lion’s share of government’s mission remotely relied heavily on technology. Modernization of IT underpins the delivery of critical services, improves government’s knowledge and decision-making, and ensures effective collaboration.
Join AFFIRM on Wednesday, September 23 for an in-depth look at how the steady hand of the FITARA scorecard helps drive technology modernization.
- Discuss FITARA’s recent scorecard and how agencies sustained their focus in light of the shift to remote work.
- Detail next steps in FITARA’s approach and future directions for updates.