The Office of Technology Strategy mission is to provide central leadership and direction for the use of electronic government and technology in the federal government including following:
Develop, coordinate, and define ways that electronic and information technology business strategies, broadly defined, will assist the federal government to operate more effectively and efficiently, and deliver improved services to citizens.
Provide consultation and advisory assistance on issues pertaining to electronic business technology.
Plan, develop, and direct governmentwide activities to support the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), interagency committees and other federal agencies.
Participate in the development, analysis and evaluation of governmentwide technology issues, policies and legislation.
Review and evaluate management policies and objectives related to eGovernment and information technology.
Plan and Test Financial Management Systems for Compliance.
Plan and Test Federal Financial Management Systems Software for Compliance and Certification.
The Office of Technology Strategy is composed of five (5) subordinate organizations as listed: