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The Evolving Role of IT Consumption Models in the U.S. Federal Government

The lead up to Y2K established a new baseline for federal agencies’ IT spend, and most of that spend was traditional ‘finite’ purchases of goods and services that agencies owned and managed based on broad requirements. Fast-forward 25 years, and it’s easy to see that the evolution of technology, our workforce, and our political climate have forced new ways of procuring and consuming IT to be established. This Market Connections report, commissioned by Nutanix, explores the most commonly used IT consumption models, the requirements they are best at fulfilling, and aims to understand how to optimize for different use-cases.

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