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A New Network Acquisition Model for the Federal Government

At the core of both the efficiency and agility imperatives federal agencies face is the IT network they rely on to operate. But the true cost of IT network ownership is more costly than many realize. A new network acquisition model can help agencies reduce immense legacy system maintenance costs while enhancing their ability to adapt to dynamic environments.

Read this GBC Issue Brief to learn

  • How spending on legacy system maintenance has grown in recent years
  • The hidden costs of network ownership
  • How strategic agility has become a top priority for the Department of Defense
  • How a Network-as-a-Service model for network acquisition can help agencies bring down IT costs while enhancing mission-effectiveness.

Click here to download this GBC Issue Brief

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