Labor makes the case that its CIO reporting structure works despite the IG’s doubts

Twenty-one years after the passage of the Clinger-Cohen Act, agencies and auditors are still debating whether chief information officers should report to the agency secretaries or deputy secretaries. Even though presidents have issued executive orders and the Office of Management and Budget has issued policies, the question of the reporting structure has to come back to outcomes and not process. In his weekly Reporter’s Notebook executive editor Jason Miller covered why this debate has reemerged and how the government can finally put it to rest. Hear more on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.