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Current Projects and Activities

ACT-IAC undertakes numerous projects every year that provide great opportunities for government and industry to work together on important issues of mutual interest. These projects, which can range from national policy to improving management practices to tapping new and innovative use of technologies, offer an excellent way to get involved. Listed below are the current ACT-IAC Projects and Activities.

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The goals of the Acquisition Transformation Project are to transform federal acquisition to be more effective and efficient and to provide a place for stakeholders to engage and effectuate this transformation.

Many smaller Federal Government Agencies (outside the 24 CFO Act) face challenges to provide state-of-the-art IT services to support mission and business delivery for their organizations.

"We might hope to see the finances of the Union as clear and intelligible as a merchant's books, so that every member of Congress and every man of any mind in the Union shall be able to comprehend them, to investigate abuses, and consequently, to control them.”


This project will research and propose methods to expand the ACT-IAC IT Management Maturity Model to support agencies in their FITARA implementation and IT governance


Post Conference work products and symposium devoted to practitioner exchange on use cases and practical application.

Anticipated Outcomes:

Sessions artifacts, use cases, productivity information, implementation knowledge, and capability information for membership use.

This project is an ACT-IAC Executive Committee Focus Area.

A series of events to identify myths pertaining to specific laws, regulations, court rulings or policies, and separate fact from fiction so participants will have informed, accurate conversations with their superiors, subordinates and stakeholders.


There are a number of policy issues that are impacted by a shared service environment, they are listed below: