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Procurement Policy

The U.S. federal government purchases more supplies and services than any other entity and the IT industry is a corporate partner in the government’s mission to succeed in cybersecurity, national security, and innovation. Over $81 billion taxpayer dollars are spent each year on IT to ensure federal resilience, and ITAPS monitors and reacts to the procurement laws, regulations, and policies that govern those transactions. With an eye toward tech promotion and adoption, ITAPS develops strategies that bring innovation into the government marketplace.

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News Releases

  • ITAPS on McCain Defense Budget Proposal (January 17, 2017)

    WASHINGTON—The IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of ITI, released the following statement today from Director of National Security Jonathan Clifford welcoming a proposal for the 2018 defense ...

  • Technology Experts offer President-elect Trump Ideas to Improve Vulnerable Government Cybersecurity (December 16, 2016)

    WASHINGTON—In a letter sent to President-elect Donald Trump today, the IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS) a division of ITI, representing leading technology and service provider companies who work closely ...

  • Idaho Acts to Improve State Government’s Access to Technology (December 16, 2016)

    WASHINGTON—Today the IT Alliance for Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of ITI representing leading government technology and service provider companies, welcomed a decision by the state of Idaho that will ...

  • ITAPS Urges Senate to Pass Modernizing Government Technology Act in Lame Duck (November 16, 2016)

    WASHINGTON – The IT Alliance for the Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of ITI, released the following letter today sent to Senate leadership from Senior Vice President for the Public Sector Trey Hodgkins, ...

  • (October 27, 2016)

    WASHINGTON – The IT Alliance for the Public Sector (ITAPS), a division of ITI, released the following statement today from Senior Vice President for the Public Sector Trey Hodgkins, reacting to the Obama ...

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