InformationWeek Government Site LaunchesInformationWeek Government Site Launches
We've just launched our new <a href="http://www.informationweek.com/government">InformationWeek Government site</a> -- a collection of timely news, insightful commentary, and high-value content in the form of analytics reports and downloadable PDFs geared specifically to the government IT decision maker.
April 9, 2009
We've just launched our new InformationWeek Government site -- a collection of timely news, insightful commentary, and high-value content in the form of analytics reports and downloadable PDFs geared specifically to the government IT decision maker.For years, InformationWeek has covered the IT strategies, issues, and implementations of federal, state, and local governments and their agencies. Now, with the U.S. economy deep in recession and a new administration in Washington committed to investing more in IT infrastructure and services, the pressure is on government IT professionals to optimize those investments.
InformationWeek Government is timed to serve the government IT professionals tasked with that responsibility and to analyze the IT products, services, policies, and vendor strategies aimed at the government sector. Unlike some competing sites, we'll place strong focus on the needs of the government IT executive -- all content will be written for that individual, and aims to give them timely, actionable insights for making strategic decisions. We are striving to be a complete, balanced source of government information and, to that end, are delivering third-party content under the many "Best of the Web" banners you'll see on the site. Here are some suggestions and ways you can use the site and several related services: Check out our exclusive analysis of Government IT priorities, based on our proprietary research and analysis. Access a deep analysis we created in recent weeks on the Federal CTO, with major input from a slew of IT and other technology executives Sign up for our weekly newsletter, set to launch April 16 and be delivered every Thursday. Sign up for daily or weekly news alerts on Government IT issues. Browse government and IT intelligence from around the web using our aggregation service. Put our Government IT headlines on your site, desktop or personal page such as iGoogle. To do so, you can "get and share" the widget on the lower right side of this page (below featured videos). Follow our coverage on Twitter -- #IWGov. Submit comments or feedback in the forums section of this blog, or write to myself or John Foley to suggest coverage areas.
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