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BackStory What comes next for FITARA implementation 34 May 30, 2015 FCW.COM If you move fast, you might still be able to submit your feedback on the Of ce of Management and Budget's draft implementation guidance for the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (see Page 22). Barring major revisions, here's what happens now: Source: OMB's draft implementation guidance for FITARA, available at management.cio.gov MAY 30 All public feedback is due. Email email@example.com or go to GitHub --- and hurry! START HERE JUNE 1 The clock starts ticking on high-risk IT projects. Any project with a "red" IT Dashboard rating for three consecutive months faces a mandatory TechStat review. JUNE ?? OMB has promised nal guidance "in the coming weeks." JUNE 30 The President's Management Council will name a team to provide quarterly updates on governmentwide implementation of FITARA. AUG. 15 Agencies* must submit their CIO assignment plans to OMB explaining how they will meet OMB's common baseline for IT management. * FITARA covers Chief Financial Of cers Act agencies. The Defense Department and the intelligence community are subject to certain portions of the law and are required to meet with OMB within 60 days of the nal guidance's release to discuss their implementation strategies. SEPT. 15 (APPROX.) Within 30 days of OMB accepting an agency's plan, it must be posted publicly at [agency name].gov/ digitalstrategy. SEPT. 30 OMB will publish updated guidance for the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative by the end of this scal year. APRIL 30 2016 Agencies must review progress toward meeting the common baseline and adjust implementation plans accordingly.
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