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ICF IT Management

IT Program Management

ICF International combines expertise in IT management and program management to help CIOs manage their overall IT portfolios and accomplish organizational and mission-critical goals.

 

 

ICF develops and implements integrated technology solutions for large-scale, multimillion-dollar programs and initiatives. We deliver consistent enterprise-wide IT solutions based on best practices, technical knowledge, and hands-on experience.

Our IT management services include:

  • Executive insight
  • Strategy and enterprise architecture
  • Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) and portfolio management
  • Governance
  • Cybersecurity
  • Strategic sourcing
  • Operations and delivery oversight
  • Process improvement—ITIL®, Lean Six Sigma®, and CMMI®

In an era of open and transparent government, it is more important than ever to manage data effectively. ICF helps clients navigate the multi-stakeholder environment to deliver secure, efficient, and innovative IT solutions. ICF also looks to the future , adhering to the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 25-point implementation plan to reform federal information technology management.

In order to ensure seamlessly integrated technology, ICF also brings Performance Agility™, PMO/IT Management™, and PMO/IT Operations™ to its IT management projects. Whether an organization is trying to manage ever-growing stores of data, share information with federal partners, or connect with citizens in new ways, ICF stands ready to help.

 

Featured Resources

ACT-IAC Institute for Innovation Identifies Six Areas to Improve Government Through Technology

The American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Institute for Innovation commissioned the 2012 Quadrennial Government Technology Review (QGTR) to develop a series of reports and executive briefings for consideration by the next administration. Each report focuses on the use of information technology to address a national challenge.

Through ethical collaborative discussion, the Institute recommends approaches to key issues affecting government where information technology can be or is a factor and where a broad spectrum of perspectives is required.

 
 

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