IBM Corp. has created a consulting practice built around helping agencies manage their overall impact on the environment, including their carbon footprint.
Tough times offer the risk and opportunity of becoming a trusted partner.
Here's a roundup of the leading systems integrators in the state and local IT market.
States will use federal stimulus dollars to create technology-related opportunities in health care, transportation, public works modernization, and eligibility and fraud verification.
Systems integrators see growing opportunities to help states weather the economic downturn.
The need for efficiency and a boost from the stimulus package are driving health IT opportunities.
FedSources Inc., of McLean, Va., compiled Washington Technology’s list of top systems integrators in the state and local market.
Tyler Technologies Inc. will provide financial management software to the city of Bridgeport, Conn., under a new contract.
Questions are being raised that the stimulus plan doesn't do enough for broadband.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will continue providing technical support services to the Louisiana Social Services Department under a new contract.
Contractors doing business with state and local governments should expect to see $4.5 billion worth of new information technology opportunities from the proposed economic stimulus package, according to Input Inc.
GTSI Corp. will provide a number of solutions and services to help the Defense Department minimize the risk associated with critical data loss under a new agreement.
Maximus Inc. will provide administrative assistance to Iowa under a three-year contract worth about $7.1 million.
The budget shortfall situation presents an opportunity for information technology contractors to step in and sell innovative concepts and approaches to states that will generate revenue and drive efficiencies that result in substantial savings, they said.