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Outsourcing …… Who’s Doing What and Where?

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It’s no secret that ICT infrastructure outsourcing is the biggest and most valuable sector of the Federal Government market. This valuable sector is now changing as many of the outsourcing contracts made in the first round are due to expire.

Research indicates that some agencies prefer single sourcing whilst others want to see what the market has to offer and then there are agencies who won’t “outsource” at all and the others, well that remains to be seen.

With these ever increasing changes to government outsourcing Intermedium has produced an ICT Infrastructure Outsourcing Report. This report contains vital research data aimed at assisting organizations to keep track of the outsourcing scene and to effectively plan sales campaigns.

The report covers fifty eight (58) Federal Government Agencies with the highest IT expenditure and gives an insight into:

  • Which Agencies Outsource
  • Who The Outsourcer Is
  • How Much The Contract Is Worth
  • When The Contract Expires
  • What The Contract Covers
  • Whether The Agency Has Gone Or Plans To Go To The Market

The report also contains a rich mix of other information, including some historical context. Purchasers of this report will be entitled to receive a free update in June 2006.

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Jurisdiction
  • Federal
Sector
  • Policy
Tags
  • Federal Government market
  • ICT infrastructure
  • ICT Outsourcing
  • Infrastructure Management Outsourcing Report