IT Savings Could Help Narrow Federal Deficit

The meat-cleaver approach to reducing costs in business or government always has the virtue of at least being simple to apply — although frequently painful in the execution. For the U.S. government, an across-the-board cut of roughly 9 percent in discretionary civilian and defense outlays is, in fact, the default scenario of the sequestration requirement that would come into play if Congress and the White House fail to reach a budget agreement before Jan. 1, 2013.

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IT Savings Could Help Narrow Federal Deficit

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