| The Small Agency CIO Council (SACC)
is comprised of the CIOs from about 90 small, independent federal
agencies. The SACC members meet six times a year, discussing the President's
Management Agenda, best practices, computer security, and other issues
of interest to the community. Like the "large" CIO Council,
the SACC also serves as an effective liaison between the agency CIOs
and OMB, ensuring that small, independent agencies have a forum for
discussing OMB guidance and reporting requirements.
All federal agencies that are not designated by EO13011 to be members
of the "large" CIO Council are eligible for membership
in the Small Agency CIO Council. A current list is available below:
list of small agency CIO's
Council Leadership: The Small Agency CIO Council has two chairs.
Both chairs also sit on the "large" CIO Council, acting
as representatives for the small agencies. To contact the chairs:
CIO, National Endowment for the Humanities
CIO, Federal Trade Commission
Council Intranet Site: The Small Agency CIO Council maintains an
Intranet site for members and their staffs. If you are a government
employee working in IT at one of the small agencies, you can join
our Intranet by going to the Intranet Home Page http://irmc.sac.intranets.com
and clicking on "Request an Invitation."