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Updates to the DHS Trusted Tester Program

On April 12, 2018, the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer Office of Accessible Systems and Technology (OAST) announced updates to the DHS Trusted Tester Program.

Dr. John Zangardi

Dr. John Zangardi

Dr. John Zangardi is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Beginning in December 2017, he oversees Information Technology and its related security and management for the Department.

DHS IT Policy Archive - All Files

Provides the overall policy and structure for acquisition management within DHS, and establishes the Department's Acquisition Lifecycle Framework (ALF), Acquisition Review Process (ARP), and Acquisition Review Board (ARB).

Individual Files

The following individual files are Information Technology (IT) Policy documents for the Department of Homeland Security.

Richard Staropoli

On May 1, 2017, President Donald Trump appointed Mr. Richard Staropoli as the Chief Information Officer for the Department of Homeland Security.

Written testimony of MGMT for a House Oversight & Government Reform joint subcommittee hearing titled “The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act Scorecard 3.0: Measuring Agencies’ Implementation”

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Management Directorate (MGMT) Deputy Under Secretary and Chief Financial Officer Chip Fulghum, and MGMT Office of the Chief Information Officer, Chief Information Officer Luke McCormack address DHS’ progress on implementation of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA).

Trusted Tester Fact Sheet and Training Information

The Department of Homeland Security Office of Accessible Systems & Technology (OAST) is committed to the development of the common testing approach for accessibility compliance and conformity, named Trusted Tester (TT).  TT provides a code-inspection based test approach for determining software and web site conformance to the Section 508 standards.

Interagency Trusted Tester Program

The mission of the Interagency Trusted Tester Program is to promote a unified, consistent, sharable, and repeatable test and evaluation approach for Section 508 standards conformance that federal agencies can implement throughout their information technology lifecycle to reduce redundant testing and improve cost savings.  This effort supports an overall vision of improving IT accessibility across government through unified requirements, reviews [test and evaluation], reporting, remediation, and reuse.

DHS Trusted Tester Program

The Department of Homeland Security Office of Accessible Systems & Technology (OAST) is committed to the development of the common testing approach, named Trusted Tester (TT).  TT provides a code-inspection based test approach for determining software and web site conformance to the Section 508 standards.

DHS IT Policy Archive

DHS IT Policy Archive

Information Technology (IT) Policy documents for the Department of Homeland Security.

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