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Three agencies pull ahead in latest FITARA scorecard

The Department of Education, General Services Administration and the U.S. Agency for International Development received A grades in the latest congressional Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard. The ninth version of the biannual IT management scorecard, which was released Wednesday by the House Oversight and Reform Committee, shows nine agencies rising in the rankings. Per usual, the House Oversight Committee held a hearing Wednesday in conjunction with the release of the scorecard. The hearing featured testimony from the Government Accountability Office's Carol Harris, Department of Homeland Security acting CIO Elizabeth Cappello and NASA CIO Renee Wynn. See what all 24 agencies scored.

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Gov Actually Episode 35: Wrapping up 2019 and the decade

The year — and decade — are coming to a close. In the latest episode of Gov Actually, host Dan Tangherlini and Danny Werfel wrap up their top moments of this year and the past 10 to go out with a bang. Listen to the new episode.

Cloud, AI skills top list of talent needs for federal government CIOs, report finds

Seven in 10 federal government IT leaders, in a new FedScoop/WorkScoop survey, say continuing IT skills gaps have a high or medium impact on the ability for agencies to deliver on their mission. The study highlights the top skills agencies will be looking for over the next two years and steps they’re taking to upskill or reskill their workforce. Read the full report.

How agencies bring success to IT modernization with simple service enhancements

Government IT leaders can serve as “trailblazers” for their agencies by leveraging simplified, cloud-based service enhancements as stepping stones to a longer-term modernization journey, as shown through a collection of case studies from federal organizations. The report illustrates how commercially available technologies, such as software-as-a-service, help agencies modernize applications quickly. Read the full report.

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