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U.S. Government Tracking Its IT Spending (Seriously)

We know -- government is usually about as transparent as a brick wall. But the government's new CTO has set up a Web site aimed at tracking exactly where the government is spending its IT dollars. It's all part of a government effort to provide more information to those of us who fund it, which is going...well, OK, we guess. Note to partners who sell to the government: If these charts are any indication, Defense is a good bet for a department that might throw some money your way.

Posted by Lee Pender on 07/02/2009 at 1:22 PM


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