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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Q&A: Mark Forman and Jeff Steinhoff on the new direction of federal financial IT

When the White House released a June 28 memo (.pdf) telling agencies not to initiate new development spending on federal financial management systems worth more than $20 million until the Office of Management and Budget has reviewed spending plans, it was just the latest sign that changes to the way the government manages financial IT systems are underway.

FierceGovernmentIT caught up with Mark Forman, former head of the Office of Management and Budget office of e-government and information technology--now a partner at KPMG--and Jeff Steinhoff, former Government Accountability Office assistant comptroller general for accounting and information management--also at KPMG, as executive director of the firm's government institute--for their reactions to the memo.

Read more: Q&A: Mark Forman and Jeff Steinhoff on the new direction of federal financial IT - FierceGovernmentIT

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