IT solicitations by state, local governments continue to decline in Q1 FY 2016 — report

by • 6 years ago

An analysis by Deltek researchers shows a roughly 20 percent decline in IT bid solicitations in the first part of the new fiscal year.

Report: State, local governments see IT contract bids decline in Q4 FY2015

by • 7 years ago

A new Deltek study shows state and local governments experiencing a decrease in the size and number of IT contract bids in the final quarter of fiscal year 2015.

State IT budgets show big resurgence in 2015

by • 7 years ago

State IT budgets surged 16 percent in fiscal year 2015, according to a new report from Deltek, as state revenues and budgets continue to strengthen.

State revenues increase, allow room for small IT increase

by • 7 years ago

A new budget analysis forecast out from Deltek shows that states have a little bit more room in their budgets to invest in information technology efforts.

State CIOs to put greater focus on broadband, HR in 2015

by • 8 years ago

IT security and cloud computing remain top priorities for state CIOs, but a new report indicates CIOs will place greater focus in 2015 on broadband and wireless connectivity, and recruiting talent.

Analysis: North Carolina’s road to long-term success

by • 9 years ago

This year, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory made it clear that the state’s reliance on quick fixes is over and that his goal is to begin focusing on long-term reparations to ensure the state’s ability to provide for its citizens.

Analysis: Idaho's FY2013-2014 Budget

by • 9 years ago

Governor “Butch” Otter introduced the 2014 Idaho budget earlier this year, which will see a nearly 00 million increase from FY 2013.

A closer look at Mississippi’s IT hardware term contracts

by • 9 years ago

With more than 70 statewide term contracts from Mississippi’s IT Hardware Express Products List, it’s evident that the IT hardware category is a hot one in today’s market.

Analysis: Florida's FY 2014 budget

by • 9 years ago

Scott's top budget priorities for FY 2014 include health care and education, both of which were once on the chopping block.