This study examines government IT purchasing habits with a focus on the challenges faced by all levels of government as well as upcoming purchases.
Over the last two years, the U.S. has faced some of the most challenging economic conditions since the Great Depression. This has meant reduced government revenue, an increased demand for government services, and significant cuts to agency spending. With $2 billion in cuts to IT spending expected for 2012, our second annual study on government IT purchase plans examines the challenges that federal, state, and local government organizations face in determining IT purchase and training needs. This research will help solution providers understand which IT products and services agencies plan to purchase or implement this year. It also offers an understanding of the areas of training and budget allocation for the next 12 months.
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