“The result of this siloed approach is that American citizens are paying several times over for services that are outdated, which has led to antiquated systems plagued with duplication and fragmentation. This redundant, agency-specific approach has led to increased costs, reduced efficiencies and systems that don’t have modern capabilities. For example, the government operates more than 100 workforce systems, 40 financial management systems, and more than 1,900 contracts to support financial management.”
“This is why the administration is committed to enhancing and streamlining the government’s core administrative functions with modern solutions that are efficient, effective and a better investment of taxpayer dollars. Today, the Office of Management and Budget issued a memorandum entitled “Centralized Mission Support Capabilities for the Federal Government,” outlining a new approach to government-wide…” Read the full article here.
Source: Shared services deliver for government and taxpayers – April 26, 2019. Federal News Network.