The IDC Government Insights: United States Federal Government IT Spending Guide examines the federal government opportunity from a technology, subindustry, and agency perspective. This comprehensive database delivered via IDC's Customer Insights query tool allows the user to easily extract meaningful information about the federal government technology market by viewing data trends and relationships and making data comparisons.
This product covers the following segments of the federal government market:
- 3 technology groups with 21 technology categories: Hardware (enterprise network, external storage system, hardcopy peripheral, high-end enterprise server, midrange enterprise server, PC monitor, smartphone, tablet, traditional PC, and volume server), software (application development and deployment, ERM — financial applications, ERM — human capital management, ERM — other, office suites, system infrastructure software, and other applications), and IT services (IT consulting, systems integration, technology outsourcing, and other IT services)
- 2 subindustries: Federal civilian and Department of Defense (DoD)
- 25+ federal civilian agencies: Department of Homeland Security, Health and Human Services, General Services Administration, and other agencies
- 4 Department of Defense agencies and services: Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps as well as other DoD agencies or DoD wide
This spending guide is delivered on a semiannual basis via a web-based interface for online querying and downloads. For a complete delivery schedule, please contact an IDC sales representative. The deliverable for this spending guide includes:
- Annual five-year forecasts by industry, subindustry, agency, and technology delivered twice a year
About This Spending Guide
IDC's IDC Government Insights: United States Federal Government IT Spending Guide provides guidance on the expected technology opportunity around this market at an agency level. Segmented by subindustry, agency, and technology component, this guide provides IT vendors with insights into both large and rapidly growing segments of the federal government technology market and how the market will develop over the coming years.