Fiscal Year 2011 OMB Exhibit 300s

What is an Exhibit 300?

The Exhibit 300 is designed to coordinate the Office of Management and Budget’s collection of agency information for its reports to the Congress required by the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (FASA Title V) and the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996; to ensure the business case for investments are made and tied to the mission statements, long-term goals and objectives, and annual performance plans developed pursuant to the GPRA. For information technology, exhibit 300s are designed to be used as one-stop documents for many of IT management issues such as business cases for investments, IT security reporting, Clinger-Cohen Act implementation, E-Gov Act implementation, Government Paperwork Elimination Act implementation, agency’s modernization efforts, and overall project (investment) management.

Links to FY11 Exhibit 300s on USAspending.gov

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Last Modified: 05/12/2010