White House unveils more deliverables on anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy (Fierce Government IT)

On the 1-year anniversary of the White House’s unveiling of the Digital Government Strategy, the Obama administration released at the last minute a slew of deliverables ranging from acquisition-related announcements to technical mobile security guidance.

Six deliverables were unveiled across government May 23–in fact, 20 percent of all the goals laid out in the plan. Five of the announcements were directly related to mobile adoption, use and services in the federal government, while one advances open data efforts around APIs and data.gov. The deliverables primarily came from the Federal CIO Council, the General Services Administration and the White House.