Via Federal technology news and events by Scott Maucione
A Government Accountability Office study released Nov. 14 examined seven successfully acquired government IT investments and found certain concepts used in at least three of the acquisitions.
The common factors found in successful projects included program officials being actively engaged with stakeholders, which garnered use by all seven projects. Surprisingly, only three of the projects reported receiving sufficient funding.
- GAO Official: Delaying Rollout ‘Would Have Made Sense’ (nationalreview.com)
- TSA spent almost $1B on program with no way of scientifically measuring success: GAO (washingtontimes.com)
- Information Technology: Leveraging Best Practices to Help Ensure Successful Major Acquisitions (hispanicbusiness.com)