The IT Assessment: A Ten-Year Vision for Information Technology in the House

Sep 20, 2006



















 


FOR MORE INFORMATION, Contact
Salley Collins, Press Secretary
(202) 225-8281


E-mail: salley.collins@mail.house.gov


 


WASHINGTON —Chairman Vernon J. Ehlers, R-Mich., announced today that the Committee on House Administration will conduct a hearing to review the House IT Assessment, an ongoing study on the use of technology in the House of Representatives.  Gartner Consulting and the Congressional Management Foundation (CMF) conducted the IT Assessment for the purpose of developing a ten-year strategic vision and road map for the future use of technology in the House. The hearing will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, September 27, 2006, in room 1310 of the Longworth House Office Building.


 


Wednesday, September 27, 2006


 


What: Committee on House Administration­—Hearing


Topic: The IT Assessment: A Ten Year Vision for Technology in The House


Witnesses:


Panel One:



  • Ms. Kathy Goldschmidt, Congressional Management Foundation
  • Mr. Larry Bradley, Gartner Consulting

 


Panel Two:



  • Mr. Jim Cornell, House Inspector General
  • The Honorable Wilson S. Livingood, Sergeant at Arms of the House
  • The Honorable Karen Haas, Clerk of the House
  • Mr. Pope Barrow, House Legislative Counsel
  • The Honorable James Eagen, Chief Administrative Officer of the House

 


Time: 10 a.m.


Where: Committee on House Administration Hearing Room


              1310 Longworth House Office Building


The hearing will be available via live webcast on the Committee website, http://republicans.cha.house.gov. For more information, please contact the Committee press office at (202) 225-8281.