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Fostering Interagency Collaboration

As the principal interagency forum on Federal IT, the CIO Council’s vision is to improve how Government information resources are managed by increasing efficiency and cutting costs. CIO Council committees share experiences, ideas, best practices, and innovative approaches to develop policy recommendations for the Office of Management and Budget.

About The Council

The purpose of the CIO Council is to foster collaboration among Federal Government Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in strengthening government-wide IT management practices.  
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People & Organization

The CIO Council includes CIOs and deputy CIOs from Federal agencies, as well as liaisons from the Chief Acquisition Officers Council, Chief Financial Officers Council, and the Chief Human Capital Officers Council. 
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CIO Council committees manage projects on behalf of the Council. They oversee and provide project updates on topics of emerging importance to the Federal IT community such as architecture, accessibility, privacy, best practices, and the IT workforce. 
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Knowledge Base

Search for documents created by the CIO Council and other Government organizations offering guidance on Federal IT priorities.  
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