The House Oversight and Government Reform’s oversight hearing on the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act provided a treasure trove of tidbits about where agencies are heading over the next year.
In the four months since then, agencies have submitted and received feedback on their plans to meet the common baseline outlined in the final regulation. OMB expects agencies to finalize their plans to close the gaps between the common baseline and their current state of IT oversight, and post the document on a public website by Dec. 31.
Agencies have been working on meeting the requirements in FITARA really since President Barack Obama signed the bill into law about a year ago.
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Aside from the first FITARA report card, the House hearing let some agencies highlight some of their progress so far: