“The House Oversight and Reform Committee released its eighth Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard Wednesday, and results show minimal movement in either a positive or a negative direction.”
“The vast majority of the 24 CFO Act agencies included in the scoring stayed stagnant at a C grade, while a handful got Bs and fewer received Ds. While no agency scored an A for overall IT management, there were, for the second time running, no failing grades either…”
“For four agencies — the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency — the two scores are different, and both are noted in the document…”
“Despite this issue, not much has changed since scorecard 7.0. Software license management scores remain strong, but 10 agencies still don’t have their CIO reporting directly to the agency head or deputy…” Read the full article here.