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TECH SUPPLIER Mar 2017 - Pivot Table - Doc # CEMA40558216

Core Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) Government Sector 2015–2020 IT Spending Forecast

By: Jan AlexaResearch Manager

Abstract

This IDC Government Insights Pivot Table provides an overview of IT spending trends and forecasts for the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) government sector for 2015–2020 (base year: 2015). Government IT spending in CEE totals $4.89 billion and is expected to grow to $5.94 billion in 2020.

The pivot table includes details of IT spending patterns by:

  • Major technology groups — hardware, software, and IT services
  • Government subsector — split into administration of the state and economic and social policy of the community (excluding fiscal administration); administration of the state and economic and social policy of the community (tax and revenue); compulsory social security activities; defense activities; fire services; foreign affairs; justice and judicial activities; public security and law and order activities; and local government
  • Country — the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia, and the combined rest of CEE

The information is organized to enable vendors to formulate useful considerations on short- and long-term opportunities in their market(s) of interest. For the methodology, exchange rates, definitions, and assumptions used in this forecast, please refer to the related worksheets in the pivot table.


Coverage

Subscriptions Covered

IDC Government Insights: Central and Eastern European Government Digital Transformation Strategies , IDC Government Insights: European Government Citizen Services


Regions Covered

Central and Eastern Europe


Topics Covered

Global IT and economic markets


Vertical Markets

Government performance, Smart cities and communities


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