The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: Becoming Enterprise Architects

Editor’s Note: Ten years ago, Congress passed the Information Technology Management Reform Act, later renamed for its co-sponsors, Rep. William Clinger, R-Pa., and Sen. William Cohen, R-Maine. In this four-part series, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Wes Andrues, an IT policy consultant and CIO Certificate holder from the National Defense University, looks at the changes in federal technology procurement since the law was passed.

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Publisher: Government Executive Magazine

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Date added: 07/26/2006

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