The Federal Data Strategy 2020 Action Plan, Action #9 includes an action to develop an IT spending transparency maturity assessment model by September 30, 2020 to assist agencies in measuring the current and future state of their Technology Business Management (TBM) implementations. The Federal Technology Investment Management (FTIM) Community of Practice (CoP) created a workgroup including CoP government representatives and ACT-IAC industry volunteers whom have developed a draft assessment and is seeking public comments to further refine and strengthen the draft (available for download).
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Please respond by or before September 1, 2020 by completing this form. A word version of the form is available here.
TBM (Technology Business Management) is a value management framework that provides organizations with standards and best practices to communicate the cost, quality and value of IT. Implementing TBM doesn't happen overnight, rather it matures over time as data quality improves and metrics that drive decisions are developed and utilized. There are many facets, referred to as maturity dimensions, that converge at the higher levels of maturity. The maturity dimensions cover the primary areas required for a successful TBM implementation. Therefore, the draft maturity model takes a multi-dimensional approach to assessing maturity.