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Governance Board Membership
The CIO Governance Board Membership List for the Small Business Administration provides information about SBA CIO’s membership in governance boards.
Governance Board Membership (JSON format)
|Governance Board||Program Code||Bureau Code||CIO Involvment|
|Investment Review Board(IRB)||None||00||The Small Business Administration (SBA) developed the Business Technology Investment Council (BTIC) to serve as the SBA’s IRB. In addition, the BTIC is established as the principal governance body in managing SBA IT investments. Also, the BTIC is responsible for implementing key provisions of the Clinger-Cohen Act (Information Technology Management Reform Act of 1996), 40 USC §1101 et seq and in particular, 40 USC §11312 concerning on Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC), and 40 USC §11315 (C) (2), which charges agencies' CIOs with the duty to, monitor the performance of information technology programs of the agency, evaluate the performance of those programs on the basis of the applicable performance measurements and advise the head of the agency regarding whether to continue, modify or terminate a program or project. The BTIC is co-chaired by CIO and CFO.|
|Architecture Review Board (ARB)||None||00||The OCIO-ARB supports the process of researching, investing, architecting, and implementing IT capabilities and services. Its purpose is to review all business and technical requirements for capabilities and services related to Information Systems and to provide an efficient means of (a) acquiring new and (b) enhancing existing COTS and Custom Information Systems within the SBA’s Business System environment.|