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Federal Market Digest 2017 
Federal IT modernization is underway 


An independent study ​Modernization of the U.S. Federal Government IT, Market Scenario
2018-2021​ conducted by ​Market Research Media​ finds that radical modernization of US Federal
IT systems could save about $20 Billion annually. Increasingly unmanageable and obsolete US
Federal IT systems bleed taxpayers’ money on a scale comparable with GDP of a small country.
Hard earned taxpayers dollars are inefficiently spent on endless patching of badly broken legacy
systems hold captive by traditional IT vendors with their complex service agreements and
prohibitively expensive pricing models. ​Source: ​Radical Modernization of US Federal IT Could Save
$20 Billion Annually





Government Events 


36th Annual Government IT Symposium, Dec 5, 2017 – Dec 7, 2017, Saint Paul,
Minnesota, USA

36th Annual Government IT Symposium​ is connecting government and citizens through
technology. The Government IT Symposium brings together over 1,000 IT leaders and
professionals from across the spectrum of government agencies and systems, along
with their private and civic sector partners, for three days of engagement, inspiration
and information.
Source: ​Technology Conferences




AI and Machine Learning for Government Demo Day, July 25, 2017, Washington,
District of Columbia 
AI and Machine Learning for Government Demo Day:​ Are machines taking over the
world? Maybe. Maybe not. Either way, artificial intelligence and machine learning are
changing every aspect of society for the better— from national security and economics,
to health care and citizen engagement. In short, these “intelligent” machines can benefit
their country and its citizens by helping government execute against the Nation’s
highest priorities.
Source: ​Event Calendar

7th Social Media within the Defence and Military Sector Conference, 6-7
December 2017, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK

Social Media Within the Defence and Miltary Sector 2017​ will yet again bring
together a global audience of senior defence, military and commercial experts to
dicuss how social media is being increasingly intertwined within operations. Key
themes will be explored – from raising innovative campaigns that showcase the latest
solutions and products in the market to lessons on educating soldiers and raising
awareness of institutional issues as well strategies for recruitment campaigns and
utilising digital communications as an overall new front in warfare.
Federal IT Markets
U.S. Federal Cloud Computing Market
U.S. Federal Cybersecurity Market
U.S. Federal Government Mass Media Market
U.S. Federal IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Market




U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast
U.S. IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Market
U.S. Federal Government Mobility Market
U.S.-Mexico Border Protection Market


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