FedScoop: GSA’s Carnahan, other federal IT leaders met with House majority leader to discuss TMF funding

General Services Administration chief Robin Carnahan recently convened a group discussion with the majority leader of the House of Representatives to discuss ongoing funding of the Technology Modernization Fund.

The meeting on Jul. 27 with Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., and other House members is understood to have focused on how to support and expand the work of the fund. TMF Executive Director Raylene Yung and Department of Veterans Affairs CIO Kurt Delbene also attended the meeting…

Commenting on the meeting, Rep. Hoyer said: “I appreciated the opportunity to sit down with members and with Administrator Carnahan to strategize on how best to provide the TMF with additional capital so that this innovative, revolving fund can support more modernization projects across the federal government.”

He added: “I was proud to help lead the effort five years ago to launch the TMF through a bipartisan process, and I continue to believe that Congress must provide further funding so that federal agencies can serve the American people more efficiently and more securely.”… Read the full article here.

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