Nov 07

Online, VA

http://iq.govwin.com/corp/events/detail.cfm?EventID=1431&sourceid=20&utm_source=Online&utm_medium=Advertising&utm_campaign=1105-AllEvents&cmp=Advertising_Online_1105-AllEvents

Join Deltek’ Chris Dixon and Public Technology Institute’s (PTI) Alan Shark for a free webinar on the breakdown of the results from the State of City and County IT 2012 National Survey and the indications for state and local markets. This is the definitive survey of local government IT leaders. What You Will Learn: Over the Summer, PTI and Deltek conducted a national survey of city and county government chief information officers (CIOs) and information technology (IT) directors. The survey examined organizational issues that agencies face today, and their priorities for tomorrow. It also considered the role of the CIO as an executive in city and county government, the relationship between IT departments and vendors, and the impact of federal stimulus spending on local IT. Along with the survey findings, this webinar will discuss: High-priority issues and IT investments for local governments over the next 12-18 months How IT budgets and staffing levels are faring during the recession Satisfaction levels with competition and the vendor community

Government Contractors

Registration Opens: 09/20/2012 Cost: Complimentary

Contact Name: Deltek Events

ph: (571) 262-0222 email: events@govwin.com

Company Info:

Deltek


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