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With federal IT budgets essentially flat and agencies under pressure to maximize return on investments, a number of agencies are sitting on undiscovered treasure in the form of underutilized software and services for support and training. The road to cost savings may be paved with opportunities to maximize the investments you’ve already made.

Here are some ideas to help you do more with less, including quite a few that leverage software your agency may already have. Or give us a call and let us help you discover hidden value within your existing IT resources.

Get the resources and support you need to develop your “future first” strategy, as you keep your technology up to date and your payments predictable.


Cloud first

Offer services faster with cloud computing. With little or no infrastructure investment, you can quickly add powerful software and massive computing resources.

Government savings: Navigating budget cuts See how you can save on hardware, maintenance, IT management, and facilities costs, in addition to software licensing fees.

Telework and mobility

Reduce travel costs, close gaps in a widespread workforce, and keep your employees, teams, and resources better connected with a solid telework strategy. A mobile workforce equipped with telework technologies and a plan for COOP gives your staff the options they need in the case of severe weather or other emergency.

Government savings: Navigating budget cuts See how you can save on travel costs, commuting time, phone bills, and continuity of operations planning.

Data center consolidation

Squeeze the most out of your hard-working servers. They can do more when you consolidate existing data center resources—using virtualization technology you may already have.

Government savings: Navigating budget cuts See how you can save on hardware, maintenance, and facilities costs as you streamline server management.

Cybersecurity first

Mitigate vulnerabilities to cyber attack with a cybersecurity strategy that includes technology solutions and an IT planning process with security at its core.

Government savings: Navigating budget cuts See how you can help protect your systems and data, whether your employees are onsite or online, without breaking the bank.