by: Sarah Joson
Friday, August 16, 2013 | Outsourcing News |
A recently published study done by Gartner on CIOs in the fourth quarter of 2012 indicated that nearly 75 percent of government IT departments are showing stability in IT budgets for 2013, as resources are either plateauing or are increasing.
The recent changes were observed during the period when the government is looking for solutions that will help save on costs and minimize the cost of various IT services. The report also noted that the increased budget could mean IT departments are urged to seek long-term adeptness that will lead to huge savings.
According to Gartner, CIOs of government offices want to achieve overall cost savings, which means they are not only focusing on the IT division, but an inclusive growth.
Another factor that is set to be monitored closely would be the analytics and performance of their efforts so they can identify which segments can be improved and deliver more savings.
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