Webcast for Marketers: Inside the 2010 Government IT Buying Study - Who’s Buying What, Where, When and How. Special Recorded Encore Presentation

Date: Encore Presentation, January 26, 2011

Time: 2:00pm ET

Duration: 1 hour

1105 Government Information Group

recognizes the size, scope and complexities of government IT markets and the challenges involved in reaching and engaging these unique markets. To continue to build on its expertise and to help clients understand the public sector market, 1105 Government Information Group consistently takes the lead with innovative research designed to ascertain the needs and trends of the government IT marketplace.

In 2010 1105 Government Information Group conducted its eighth annual Government IT Buying Study. Survey participants included subscribers to Federal Computer Week, Government Computer News, Defense Systems and Washington Technology along with subscribers to the company’s government IT e-newsletters. This webcast for marketers will present the highlights and valuable data from this comprehensive study.

In this webcast, you will learn:

How government agencies plan, buy, use, manage and evaluate technology products and services in the next 12 months including:

* 2011 Buying Intentions: Budgets and Technologies
* Government IT Priorities
* Technology Priorities
* The Decision-Making Process
* Buying Criteria
* Information Sources and Needs


Anne Armstrong
President, 1105 Government Information Group

Tonia Ries

Founder/CEO, Modern Media

Jennifer Weiss
VP/Group Publisher, 1105 Government Information Group

Additional resources:

Webcast attendees will receive a white paper at the conclusion of the webcast.
This is an encore presentation of the original webcast held on November 30, 2010.

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