FCW looks at the memo from Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, providing guidance to agencies on how they should spend their budgets now that the hiring freeze has been lifted. The article notes that many of the directives seem to be continuing the policies of the past administration, including emphasizing shared services and consolidating acquisition into larger contracts. In an email to FCW, former Chief Information Officer Tony Scott said the guidance, “seems to pick up on many of the same themes as we worked on earlier, especially around greater use of shared services, and modernizing legacy systems and processes.

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