• Research: 2012 Federal IT Priorities

    InformationWeek Government’s third annual Federal Government IT Priorities Survey shows that federal IT pros are ­focused on providing a secure, solid foundation for their agencies’ many other IT efforts. Security, continuity planning, and data records management—in that order—top the list of federal IT priorities.

    Agency-specific goals are the most-mentioned driver of IT priorities, cited by 70% of respondents (up from 57% in our 2011 survey), while half of respondents said Office of Management and Budget’s is a primary driver. And our survey revealed that agencies are following their strategic IT plans more closely than they did in 2011.

    Download InformationWeek Reports’ 2012 Federal IT Priorities research report today, and get insight into over 140 IT Pros that were surveyed.

    Download the report now.

    Angela Lee-Moll is the Marketing Director for UBM TechWeb’s InformationWeek Business Technology Network, where she leads the strategic market growth and brand positioning, InformationWeek Financial Services and InformationWeek Healthcare. UBM TechWeb Marketing Services deliver integrated marketing campaigns and programs including media solutions, lead and demand generation, events, online communities, content development and custom solutions.

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