July 27, 2012 – Federal CIOs and CTOs generally gave above-average marks to many ongoing efforts at government IT reform. However, there are better ways to handle priorities, benchmarking and budgeting in the wide-ranging data management and spending reform plan, according to a survey by TechAmerica Foundation.

The nonprofit tech industry association recently introduced its annual survey of government IT leaders, which included a range of responses on trends, spending and concern from approximately 40 government CIOs and CTOs, including Obama Administration CIO Steven VanRoekel. Comments and answers from federal IT leaders were contributed anonymously in the survey.

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