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Thursday, February 11, 2016


IMPORTANT: This page is part of an archived copy of the IT Dashboard. All data on this edition of the IT Dashboard was last updated August 31, 2015.

  • IT Performance Metrics

    New metrics are available focusing on the Federal CIO’s three core objectives for the Federal IT portfolio:

    Driving Value in Federal IT investments Delivering World-Class Digital Services Protecting Federal IT Assets and Information
  • FY2016 Edition

    Download Federal IT Spending for Budget Year 2016 Report Read the Information Technology chapter from The President's Budget for Fiscal Year 2016
  • FY2016 Edition

    Agency IT Infrastructure data for Data Centers, Telecom and End User costs Provisioned IT Service costs as a third category of IT Spending in the IT Portfolio Classification of Projects by SDLC Type (Waterfall, Agile, etc) Additional Project Activity type options
  • Tools and Analysis

    Use the trends and analysis tool to see how IT spending changes over time and between agencies.

    Explore the full details of the data using the Data Feeds

  • IT Performance Metrics
  • President's Budget for 2015 released
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Welcome to the IT Dashboard

The IT Dashboard is a website enabling federal agencies, industry, the general public and other stakeholders to view details of federal information technology investments.

The purpose of the Dashboard is to provide information on the effectiveness of government IT programs and to support decisions regarding the investment and management of resources. The Dashboard is now being used by the Administration and Congress to make budget and policy decisions.

Open Source

In response to high demand from federal agencies and the software development community, we have now made the source code of the IT Dashboard available to the public.

This first open source release represents a starting point, enabling communities of interest to adapt and mature their own versions of the Dashboard to their own unique needs. We invite suggestions and contributions from the user community, the software development community and the general public.


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