Key recommendations

Governmental Affairs Committee report

Sen. Fred Thompson cites 12 ways for agencies to comply with Clinger-Cohen.

They include:

* Articulate the roles, reporting relationships and boundaries of authority

among all chief information officers within an agency.

* Increase project management and capital planning skills within the

IT workforce.

* Provide better data on how IT investments will benefit federal programs.

Source: Senate Governmental Affairs Committee

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