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State and Local GSA Schedule 70 Orders Drop in Q2 FY 2010

The General Services Administration released numbers on state and local government's use of GSA Schedule 70 (what GSA calls its Cooperative Purchasing Program) for Q2 of federal FY 2010. As GovWin forecasted in the recent S&L GSA Schedule Use through Q1 FY 2010 Industry Insight, orders have tempered slightly in Q2 compared to Q1. This reflects the continued scrutiny of spending at the state and local level during revenue shortfalls and budget crunches in nearly every state.

Despite negative growth quarter-to-quarter, S&L Schedule 70 orders remain up 10% year-over-year.

For more information on which hardware, software, and services companies are selling to states and locals through Schedule 70, and what the future holds for cooperative purchasing in the state and local market, check out the recent Industry Insight report.

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