FEDERAL IT

Federal CIO wants to finish what Obama administration started

Federal CIO Tony Scott is planning to make good use of the last two years of the current administration by making sure that the IT initiatives that have been announced over the last few years are ensured for the future, FCW reports.

Such projects will include upstarting the U.S. Digital Service to be integrated into federal agencies to work on public-facing government services. Scott also plans to continue to the PortfolioStat review process to improve efficiency in the federal IT budget.

The federal CIO also outlined plans he has to increase cloud adoption and augment cyber capabilities, FCW reported.

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