Federal Mobility Group

Federal Mobility Group

The Federal Mobility Group (FMG) was established in 2019 through the combining of the Mobile Services Category Team and the Mobile Technology Tiger Team. The FMG works across the federal government to identify common wireless and mobility challenges, develop workable solutions and create opportunities to share share best practices. The FMG is co-chaired by mobile leaders from the Depart of Homeland Security, the General Services Administration, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and includes three at large agency representatives. The FMG reports to the Federal CIO Council's Services, Strategies, and Infrastructure Committee, with executive sponsorship by a federal agency CISO. To ensure that the FMG appropriately considers acquisition policy and priorities set by the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, the FMG has a matrixed reporting relationship to the Federal IT Category Manager.


Non-national security and mobility mission related challenges faced by agencies. Current focus is on - 5G and its federal impacts, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Security, Policy, Regulations, and other Emerging Technologies associated with diverse mobile environments such as devices, operating systems and security postures, and operational requirements.


The team includes 250 contracting officers, program managers, and leaders from 45 agencies and bureaus across the federal and technical spectrum and meets bi-weekly to discuss a variety of topics.

Visit the Federal Mobility Group/Mobile Services Category Team on the Acquisition Gateway.

Membership requires an active .gov or .mil address. To join the team, email wireless@gsa.gov

For more information, visit the federal mobility group on CIO.gov

Last Reviewed: 2020-11-18