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Federal Government IT Priorities: Vision Vs. Reality
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12/12/2013 | 3:43:53 AM
re: Federal Government IT Priorities: Vision Vs. Reality
Let me share this to you. Just recently, it was reported that after all was said and done, the bailouts done by the federal government were likely to turn a profit. That has just been confirmed, as part of the last of the government's stake in AIG was recently sold making for almost $18 billion in profit from the AIG bailout. Get mre data at  Match Financial.

Alex Kane Rudansky
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8/12/2013 | 3:48:48 PM
re: Federal Government IT Priorities: Vision Vs. Reality
I'd be interested to learn more about how sequestration is affecting government IT - especially since the budget increased by 2.1%. Where is the sequester cutting corners in fed IT?


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