I.T. UP: The Pentagon is expected to spend almost $34 billion in information technology (IT) spending this fiscal year, although even more growth will come under civilian federal agencies, possibly up to $42 billion, according to consultancy IDC Government Insights. The Pentagon’s figure is up roughly $1 billion from 2009, while civilian agency spending is up $2 billion. Analysts there also recently predicted that so-called cloud computing, shared or private, “will get a reality check” and ...

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