IT leaders across the Government are facing a number of pressing information technology and information management decisions (IT/IM) at the enterprise level. One of the biggest challenges CIOs face is accessing, aligning, and analyzing the data from across the enterprise needed to adequately inform those decisions. So how can IT/IM leaders make data-driven decisions when their staff is spending all their time generating required reports that don’t provide the data needed to make IT investment decisions?
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Obtaining a Facility Clearance is very different than Personnel Clearance. The level of clearance required is based on the contract requirements. Every contract will have a DD254 form that provides specific security classification guidance as to what is required for that contract. As with Personnel Clearances, there are different levels of facility clearances.
With the implementation of GFEBS, many financial management organizations have struggled with the complexities of new business processes and inherent automated system interfaces. One area of particular concern are Intermediate Document (IDoc) failures. These types of failures hinder an organization from a strong audit trail and require a great deal of time to investigate and reconcile – time that would be better spent undertaking more crucial FM matters and priorities.