The Information Technology Acquisition Advisory Council (ITAAC) is a public/private partnership of concerned citizens, public interest groups, private sector sponsors and government partners working together to serve as a catalyst for positive change and evolution in the Information Technology Acquisition System to meet the demands of the 21st century.
Our mission is to provide the Obama-Biden Administration and National IT Leadership with a trusted collaborative structure and a 500 Day Transformation roadmap for Streamlining the IT Acquisition Process, assuring critical mission elements that are highly dependent on IT (Info Sharing, Cyber-Security, E-Health, E-Gov, E-Biz, and Green IT).
The IT-Acquisition Advisory Council is a 501(C)3 with the participation of transformation minded senior leaders from government, academia, industry and public interests:
Government: CONGRESS- Armed Service, Homeland Security, and Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. FEDERAL AGENCY - VA, OSD Health Affairs, Navy and Airforce, GSA FAS, Army, White House, NSA, OSD ATL, DHS and many others.
Academia/Public Interest Harvard KSG, University of Maryland, MIT SLOAN, NDA, CMU SEI, DAU, BENS.org, HIMSS.org, NCOIC.org, CCIA.org, TheCGP.org, ICHnet.org, Aerospace Corp.
Industry: Trusted Computer Solutions, McKinsey, CGI, Accenture, Keane, Microsoft, Google, HP/EDS, nationally recognized IT experts and former government officials.
FITARA Meeting and Round table
July 1, 2015 1:00PM to 4:00PM
New Executive Office Bulding
IT-AAC members and partners, invite only
ISSUES IT-AAC SUPORTS
OUSD ATL Hon. Frank Kendal's
Better Buying Power 2.0
Connected ITAAC Work:
A ITAAC: BBP 2.0 Implementation Support
Agile acquisiton reforms to C2/ISR IT programs
Public Policy Support for non-traditional DIB suppliers
The Honorable Frank Kendall Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,
Technology and Logistics
ITAAC Supports the ongoin leadership of UnderSecretary Kendal
IT-AAC Hosts 45th IT Leadership Roudtable; Conslusion of a Successful 4th Year
The Council closed out the year 2012 with a well attended discussion on Federal IT Acquisition Reform. Council Chair Emirtus Mike Wynn, Former Airforce Secretary, led a lively discussion with represenatatives from the government agencies leading IT acquisition reform and innovaitve private sector Council Members. We look forward to continuing this discussion in 2013 and invite your participation as we transition to more proactive efforts to encourage more efficient Federal IT acquisition policies and processes.
Non-profits establish IT Acquisition Advisory Council (IT-AAC) Public/Private Think Tank. IT-AAC formalizes partnership agreements with public interest power houses who put country first in achieving the Administrations IT Reform Goals to include; AFCEA Intl., Center for American Progress, Aerospace Industry Association, Software and Systems Consortia Inc, ISSA.org, INSAonline.org, UofMD School of Public Policy, UofTN National Defense Institute, Interop. Clearinghouse, Computers and Communications Association, Defense Acquisition University, OMG.org and a host of nationally recognized leaders.