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ACT-IAC Strategic Plan 2013-2015

 

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Abstract

The Executive Committee of the American Council for Technology has developed a Strategic Plan for the next three years to guide the ACT and its sister organization the Industry Advisory Council (IAC) in supporting the government community in improving operations, costs, and effectiveness.

The foundation for the ACT –IAC strategy lies in four priorities, consistent with the stated priorities of the Federal CIO and the CIO Council:

ACT has detailed a strategy to support these priorities through the actions of the ACT-IAC organization comprising government and industry professionals. Twelve strategic objectives are detailed, with targeted outcomes based upon recommendations for actions by ACT-IAC across a continuum of activities and events. The strategic objectives are:

  • Support agency goals and objectives.
  • Assist CIOs in effectively managing IT portfolios
  • Improve life-cycle program management skills
  • Improve the safeguarding of information
  • Define capabilities that facilitate the secure sharing of information
  • Establish cross-functional models for sharing and safeguarding.
  • Identify and promote initiatives and capabilities that further build and institutionalize digital government.
  • Align government demand and industry supply to advance the use of mobile technology
  • Establish and support cross-domain use cases, value streams, and leaders in innovation
  • Add a C-Level cross-functional program to more effectively and professionally “pull leaders forward.”
  • Differentiate the ACT-IAC Professional Development brand
  • Engage Academia and provide a lecture series
Author (organization): 
ACT-IAC
 
Document type: 
Publication