Billions remain to be spent at DHS in Q4 FY19, increased IT spending the trend for FY20

“Federal agencies are poised to spend more on unclassified information technology products and services in fiscal 2019 than ever before — just under $70 billion for the year — leaving about $29 billion in expected IT spending for the last quarter of fiscal 2019, according to a Bloomberg Government estimate.”

“The $29 billion forecasted for IT spending remaining for fiscal 2019 accounts for an estimate of about $7 billion for Defense Department IT obligations between early April and early July 2019 that hasn’t yet been reported by the government, due to the…” Read the full article here.

Source: IT Spending Could Top $29 Billion in Q4 FY19: This Is IT – By Laura Criste, July 9, 2019. Bloomberg GOV.


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