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INPUT State & Local IT Market Forecast 2009-2014 (Jul 2009)
INPUT's State & Local IT Market Forecast 2009-2014 analyzes the trends related to technology and policy that will shape the size and direction of the this marketplace.
INPUT’s State & Local IT Market Forecast, 2009–2014 illustrates that demand for vendor-furnished information systems and services by U.S. state and local governments will increase from $49.6 billion in 2009 to $60.1 billion in 2014, bringing $10.5 billion new dollars into the market at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.9% during the forecast period.
INPUT draws upon its extensive expertise on the government IT industry to analyze and forecast state and local spending across a broad range of vertical markets, lines of business, and cross-cutting service modes. Key market forces currently shaping this market include:
- The current economic downturn
- Changing gubernatorial priorities for the states and their localities
- Changing White House priorities and the impact of state and local fiscal stimulus
- Fiscal outlook for the forecast period
- The impact of demographic trends on workforce, service demands, and revenues
- Segments and verticals likely to be the strongest during the forecast period
The state and local IT market has slowed dramatically over the last few years as a result of the economic downturn. Recessionary strategies dominate at the state and local levels along with a new White House shaping the direction of this market via the recent fiscal stimulus. State and local governments' reliance on technology continues to present opportunities for vendors who are sensitive to the dynamics that drive recessionary priorities in the key areas of education, health care, justice/public safety, social services, and transportation.
Critical Insight for Vendors
This report provides companies and other interested parties with a detailed view of state and local IT spending and a market forecast for the next five years, and is designed to enhance a vendor’s business-development planning process with relevant strategic analysis and market forecasts. The report provides recommendations which will guide IT vendors to maximize their market positioning messaging and agency relationships to best take advantage of state and local business opportunities.
INPUT draws upon its extensive expertise in the state and local market to analyze and forecast spending across a broad range of business areas, service modes, and verticals. INPUT also examines the policy, demographic, and economic landscape as well as other trends and market drivers that will influence the course of state and local IT spending over the next several years.INPUT’s State & Local IT Market Forecast, 2009–2014 is delivered in PowerPoint format. In addition, the report package includes an accompanying Executive Summary presentation that summarizes the key finding plus an Excel workbook with the data for the technology segment forecasts and top state and local vertical market forecasts.