Too often government strategic plans neglect legislative and regulatory requirements imposed on the agencies. Rightly the focus is on opportunities to modernize and participate in new models technical transformations can offer. For the Federal Mobility Strategy to be successful, it must be implementable without unduly exposing agencies to legal and administrative risks. Legal and regulatory requirements for security, privacy, accessibility, and procurement need to be explicitly addressed. The Federal Mobility Strategy should begin by inventorying those requirements that are necessary for a successful strategy across the majority of agencies willing and able to participate.