Research: 2014 Federal Government IT Priorities

Aug 08, 2013


Research: 2014 Federal Government IT Priorities

A raft of White House directives and budget proposals over the past year has added pressure on federal agencies to make government information more accessible and secure -- and do it all with fewer resources. Legislators, meanwhile, have been drumming up various bills aimed at getting the government to better manage the more than $80 billion it spends annually on IT and related services. For federal IT leaders, however, the list of priorities remains far more complex than what’s emanating from either end of Pennsylvania Ave­nue, according to InformationWeek’s new Federal Government IT Priorities Survey. (R7090813)

Survey Name   InformationWeek 2013 Federal Government IT Priorities Survey
Survey Date   June 2013
Region   United States
Number of Respondents    155
Purpose   To determine IT priorities for federal government technology professionals and contractors.
Methodology   InformationWeek surveyed 155 federal government technology decision makers. The survey was conducted online, and respondents were recruited via an email invitation containing an embedded link to the survey. The email invitation was sent to qualified InformationWeek and InformationWeek Government subscribers.

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