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Market research firm Input just released their report, "An Assessment of the 2010 Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative." Angie Petty, principal analyst at Input and co-author of the report, joins DorobekINSIDER, to discuss the results.
Deltek's INPUT has taken a deep, cross-agency look at where IT is headed in the federal government. Federal News Radio spoke with Kevin Plexico, senior vice president of research and analysis services at Deltek/INPUT, about the future of federal IT.
In a market fettered with uncertainty, INPUT expects the federal demand for IT will continue to present significant opportunities for suppliers. INPUT's Deniece Peterson explains.
Not only are federal contractors consolidating, but so are the companies who tell you all about contracting.
This is the company's third acquisition in the federal business development market since 2009.
Imagine if you had to predict the federal budget for fiscal 2012 when there is no budget for fiscal 2011 yet. That's the task facing market research firm INPUT.
Qorvis Communication's Stan Collender lays out some of the specifics in the President's budget blueprint, released Monday.
Input's Angie Petty outlines some of the IT opportunities for federal contractors.
Demand for vendor-furnished information security products and services by the U.S. federal government will increase from $8.6 billion in 2010 to $13.3 billion in 2015 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.1%. INPUT's John Slye explains why.