Government IT Strategy, Implementation And Innovation
InformationWeek Government provides news, analysis, research, and insight on the IT strategies and initiatives of federal, state, and local governments and government agencies.
Federal IT Priorities: Focus On The Foundation
Over the past few years, a number of directives have been piled on federal IT executives: cloud computing, data center consolidation, open government, shared services, and wider support for mobile devices and applications; yet none of these rank as a top priority. Federal IT pros are focused on providing a secure, solid foundation for their agencies’ many other IT efforts. Security, continuity planning and data records management—in that order—top the list of federal IT priorities.
InformationWeek Government: Delivering Deep Technical Expertise With A Laser Focus On Federal, State And Local Government
InformationWeek Government’s site and integrated content offerings are timed to serve government IT professionals tasked with the responsibility of analyzing the IT products, services, policies, and vendor strategies aimed at the government sector.
Primary Audience/Demographics Source: 2012 IWBTN Audience Study
- 76.7% Technical Decision-Makers [IT/IS/Networking]
- 23.3% Business Decision-Makers [Corp/LOB]
Average Monthly Traffic Source: Omniture Jan – Dec 2012
- 152,435 visitors
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Brought to you by InformationWeek’s award-winning editorial team, InformationWeek Government combines InformationWeek’s editorial point of view with its blend of technology and business-process expertise and deep understanding of the IT industry with a sharp focus on the government sector. Our editors don’t just report on what’s happening in government; they analyze what it means so government IT professionals can identify top priorities and make educated technology decisions.
John Foley, Editor, InformationWeek Government
John Foley spearheads InformationWeek’s coverage of government technology and manages the InformationWeek Government web site. John writes, blogs, Tweets and drives InformationWeek’s editorial coverage of IT strategy and implementation by local, state and federal agencies and governments. He began his career as a tech journalist inside the Washington beltway, covering the breakup of AT&T and the deregulation of the telecom industry, before moving to New York, where he’s now based. John’s Government Technologist column is a regular feature on InformationWeek.com.
Nick Hoover, Senior Editor, InformationWeek Government
Nick Hoover has written for InformationWeek since 2005. Since helping to launch InformationWeek Government in 2009, he’s established relationships with key government IT execs and has written dozens of in-depth articles about major government IT trends. Prior to his government work, Nick covered Microsoft, collaboration, cloud computing and networking. Nick has a master’s degree in journalism from American University, where he covered government and other news as a general assignment intern for the Washington Examiner. He lives in Baltimore.