Federal Lines of Business: A Detailed Budget Reference Guide
Available directly from the GovITwiki - Fiscal Year 2012 (proposed) version now available.
We have data by agency, department and individual IT program from FY 2004 through FY 2012.
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There are tens of thousands of different data points, projected through FY 2012!
If you sell information technology products to the federal government, this is one of your most valuable tools for seeing where the money goes, with many specifics as to how it is targeted by program, technology, Line of Business and type of investment.
Details for this guide have been culled from the Office of Management and Budget, the IT budgets submitted by each by federal agency, plus the Section 300 reports and Exhibit 53 information filed by agencies.
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