Year-End Deals on Track for Federal IT Providers


Just when most of the country is on vacation — including the U.S. Congress — federal government agencies become active in awarding contracts. The federal fiscal year ends on Sept. 30, and many agencies wait until the last quarter of the year to make acquisitions. The last few months have brought billions of dollars in federal contracts for information technology providers. Based on trends for the prior two years, fiscal 2016 fourth-quarter spending is likely to represent between 37 percent and 40 percent of IT contracting for the year.

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Get started with your new iPhone or iPad with these great family friendly apps

Article Image Whether visiting family, off on vacation or spending some quiet time at home for Christmas, chances are you’ll have an iPhone or iPad at your side. AppleInsider offers together a list of critically acclaimed and family-friendly iOS games to make the season bright.

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The best tech for your summer trips

Vacation season is in full swing and tech companies, like most businesses, are trying to appeal to our wanderlust. The biggest pitch so far has come from wireless carrier T-Mobile, which will eliminate roaming charges (for voice—and data) in Canada and Mexico starting on July 15. But there’s plenty of other personal technology to consider, no matter where you’re headed this summer.

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