YOUR PATH TO EXCELLENCE IN:
Stacked rocks, or Cairns, are placed along trails to signify that you are on the right track. It is a marker guiding you to the correct path in cases where navigation becomes difficult and the trail may be easily lost. FITGov is proud to help guide our community to excellence through collaboration and partnership.
THE FITGov SUMMIT
New Leadership, Expanded Opportunities
For fourteen years, the FITGov Summit has offered excellent learning opportunities for the CPIC community under the auspices of the AIM Council. In 2022, the Government Technology & Services Coalition acquired the Summit to expand the exceptional collaboration and exchange already established by the community. The GTSC FITGov Summit will continue to bring senior leadership from the federal government together, to share innovative ideas, expand their knowledge, and share their experience. GTSC has expanded the Board of Directors, and added dedicated expertise to the procurement and security side of the IT Investment Management (ITIM) process. We look forward to building this community and furthering everyone’s holistic understanding of the ITIM framework.
To build and support an exceptional community of trust around the governance, enterprise architecture (EA), IT security, IT acquisition, strategic planning, and capital budgeting processes for Federal Information Technology (FIT).
To build centers of learning excellence around each discipline in the CPIC continuum.
To attract creative, collaborative leaders from the public and private sector to share best practices, information, innovations, and ideas to improve, refine, and enhance existing processes or develop new ones to meet mission goals;
To assure the highest integrity in the stewardship of tax payer dollars;
To support integrity, leadership, and mentoring of peers in the community;
To represent, support, and herald diversity, equity, and inclusion among the many talented professionals in the FITGov community.
FITGov is able to achieve these goals through IT modernization, capital planning, governance, procurement, and security.