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Report profiles top spending Federal ICT agencies

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A new report released by Intermedium will help suppliers to segment the Federal Government ICT market.

The Agency Overview Report provides a detailed summary of the Federal Government ICT market for the 2007-08 financial year, with a special focus on agencies.

It shows the seven largest agencies accounted for almost 70 percent of the total value of ICT contracts reported in 2007-08. As might be expected, Defence was the largest single buyer in 2007-08, accounting for almost 30 percent of value of all Federal Government ICT contracts.

This report is a valuable resource for anyone involved in strategic analysis and market segmentation. It shows the value of contracts by ICT product/service category for each of the top 20 agencies. For example, it shows Defence as the biggest spender in four of the six ICT categories in 2007-08, while ATO was dominant in Software, and Child Support Agency reported the highest value of Telco Equipment contracts.

The report is also valuable for suppliers wanting the check on the success of their competitors. It provides details of the top three suppliers for each of the Top 20 agencies. For Centrelink that ranked #2 in Hardware spending, Acer was the largest supplier by contract value.

The Agency Overview Report is available as a stand-alone report. It is also updated through subscription, which is the 2008-09 Ageny Quarterly Report.

For more information about the report, or to place an order, contact Intermedium by email.

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