In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts will explore the current state of shared services and where the industry and agency strategies are headed.
The administration plans to update its shared services strategy in the December release of the President’s Management Agenda.
How will this office drive the future of IT Modernization? What’s next for shared services in the federal government? Join host Michael Keegan on The Business of Government Hour as he explores these questions and so much more with Beth Angerman, Deputy Associate Administrator, GSA’s Office of Shared Solutions and Performance Improvement.
GSA promoted Beth Angerman and Dan Pomeroy to new positions in the Office of Governmentwide Policy.
Beth Angerman, the director of the Shared Solutions Performance Improvement (SSPI) Office at GSA, said engaging all stakeholders is an important part any large transformational effort.
Robert Lightfoot, acting administrator for the last 14 months, will retire on April 30.
The Unified Shared Services Management Office will hold market research days in February to understand what is possible for financial shared services.
The Unified Shared Services Management office released a concept of operations and an RFI for software-as-a-service as part of its plan to continue moving the initiative forward in 2017.
The Unified Shared Services Management Office at GSA released a new 10-year vision for federal back-office shared services that relies on a subscription or as-a-service model to deal with the needs for upfront spending.
The Office of Management and Budget’s Dave Mader said the demand for shared services is driving the government back to consider private sector providers after several years of focusing on the government only.