(a) Definition.— In this section, the term “information technology architecture”, with respect to an executive agency, means an integrated framework for evolving or maintaining existing information technology and acquiring new information technology to achieve the agency’s strategic goals and information resources management goals.
(b) General Responsibilities.— The Chief Information Officer of an executive agency is responsible for—
(1)providing advice and other assistance to the head of the executive agency and other senior management personnel of the executive agency to ensure that information technology is acquired and information resources are managed for the executive agency in a manner that implements the policies and procedures of this subtitle, consistent with chapter
35 of title
44 and the priorities established by the head of the executive agency;
(2)developing, maintaining, and facilitating the implementation of a sound, secure, and integrated information technology architecture for the executive agency; and
(3)promoting the effective and efficient design and operation of all major information resources management processes for the executive agency, including improvements to work processes of the executive agency.
(c) Duties and Qualifications.— The Chief Information Officer of an agency listed in section
901(b) of title
(1)has information resources management duties as that official’s primary duty;
(2)monitors the performance of information technology programs of the agency, evaluates the performance of those programs on the basis of the applicable performance measurements, and advises the head of the agency regarding whether to continue, modify, or terminate a program or project; and
(3)annually, as part of the strategic planning and performance evaluation process required (subject to section
1117 of title
31) under section
306 of title
5 and sections
9703 (as added by section 5(a) of the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (Public Law 103–62, 107 Stat. 289)) of title 31—
(A)assesses the requirements established for agency personnel regarding knowledge and skill in information resources management and the adequacy of those requirements for facilitating the achievement of the performance goals established for information resources management;
(B)assesses the extent to which the positions and personnel at the executive level of the agency and the positions and personnel at management level of the agency below the executive level meet those requirements;
(C)develops strategies and specific plans for hiring, training, and professional development to rectify any deficiency in meeting those requirements; and
(D)reports to the head of the agency on the progress made in improving information resources management capability.
Pub. L. 104–106, div. E, title LI, § 5125(b)–(d), Feb. 10, 1996, 110 Stat. 685.
In subsection (c)(3), before subclause (A), the reference to 31:1105(a)(29) is changed to 1105(a)(28) because of the redesignation of 1105(a)(29) as 1105(a)(28) by section 4(1) of the Act of October 11, 1996, (Public Law 104–287, 110 Stat. 3388). The words “as added by section 5(a) of the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (Public Law 103–62, 107 Stat. 289)” are added for clarity because there is another 31:9703.
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