22. December 2008 12:29
DESPITE ECONOMY, US FEDERAL IT MARKET EXPECTED TO GROW TO $98.5 BILLION BY 2012, SAYS COMPASS INTELLIGENCE SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, December 18th, 2008 – According to research from CompassIntelligence.com, the US Federal Government will spend roughly $98.5 billion on IT goods and services by 2012. This year the US federal government market (Including defense and civilian) is expected to spend roughly $80.6 billion on information technology including telecom, applications, outsourcing, ser... [More]
8. December 2008 11:27
Broadband Still a Factor
After 533,000 jobs were lost in November, Obama reacted with his most recent weekly radio address. President-elect Barack Obama's proposed more details on his proposed economic stimulus plan. In this radio address, he discussed 5 priorities along also mentioned a committment to creating 2.5 million jobs, reducing the U.S.'s dependency on oil, and improving America's competitive stake in the world.
Number 4 on his list is to increase broad... [More]