Command & Staff : G6 Chief Information Officer
Welcome to Army Contracting Command, CIO
Leveraging ACC Technologies
Meeting the demands of ACC and integrating emerging technologies into the organization requires utilizing new management approaches, and we are dedicated to innovative leadership. ACC CIO/G6 continually strives to capitalize on new opportunities and build upon prior successes. Our overriding focus is to provide our Soldiers and civilians with the technology tools and services they need to excel in their jobs. We also remain vigilant to responding to the needs of government organizations and commercial industry partners.
Army Contracting Command Finds Success with the Office of Management and Budget's Information Technology Plan
On January 12, 2011, Gino Magnifico discusses the Office of Management and Budget's 25-point plan to improve government IT in an interview with DorobekINSIDER on Federal News Radio. Listen to the podcast.
Magnifico Reshaping the Army Contracting Command
On March 11, 2010, Federal News Radio interviewed Gino Magnifico on the "Ask the CIO" radio show. Mr. Magnifico discussed a variety of current and future ACC initiatives and programs. Listen to the podcast.
The mission of the CIO/G-6 is to provide the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information Management (C4IM) operational capabilities in support of the ACC Enterprise mission through the following tenants of Clinger-Cohen – architecture, governance, portfolio management, strategy, and acquisition oversight; to facilitate the delivery of services to HQ ACC/ECC; and to provide oversight to the MICC CIO organization.
To deliver Net-Centric enterprise solutions in support of high-quality contracting operations across the U.S. Army Contracting Command and, ultimately, to the Joint Warfighter.
- Army Information Assurance Regulation, AR 25-2
- Army Knowledge Mgmt and IT Regulation, AR 25-1
- Clinger-Cohen Act
- NetCom U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command
- DoD 5000 Defense Acquisition System