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Federal IT Dashboard Now Live to Provide Transparency in Modernization Spending; Robin Carnahan Quoted

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The General Services Administration has launched the modernized federal IT dashboard to provide better visibility into the government’s budgetary data on technology projects.

The agency said Monday the upgraded dashboard uses new software and technology to offer easier search and navigation functionality, enhanced data accessibility and interactive data visualization.

The new site continues to track and display IT cost and management data collected from the internal budget planning and investment control tools of each agency.

“By making information about federal IT management and spending more accessible and user-friendly, this new dashboard will incentivize agencies to be more efficient and effective, and offer valuable insights to our federal partners and the public,” said GSA Administrator Robin Carnahan.

The Office of Management and Budget launched the public-facing dashboard in 2009 to increase transparency and accountability around federal IT modernization programs.

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