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Building the Gartner Research Agenda for Government, 2013

by Andrea Di Maio  |  July 12, 2012  |  Comments Off

Like every year, we are starting the planning process for our research agendas across Gartner. For those who are not familiar with this term, research agendas contain our high-level plans for the research we are going to conduct in each technology and industry domain we cover across our firm. For Gartner government clients, the research […]

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Seeking Your Help to Plan for Gartner Government Research in 2012

by Andrea Di Maio  |  September 19, 2011  |  Comments Off

Like every year, we are starting the planning process for our research agendas across Gartner. For those who are not familiar with this term, research agendas contain our high-level plans for the research we are going to conduct in each technology and industry domain we cover across our firm. They are published, usually early in […]

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Last Day to Tell Us What You Want from Gartner Government Research in 2011

by Andrea Di Maio  |  October 1, 2010  |  2 Comments

As I have flagged in an earlier post, we have an online survey to ask our clients, prospects and the broader government community what are their business and technology priorities for 2011 and beyond. This will allow us to articulate our research agenda for 2011. The original deadline of September 24th has been extended to […]

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Reminder: Take Our Government Research Survey by September 24th

by Andrea Di Maio  |  September 16, 2010  |  1 Comment

As I said in a previous post, we are currently collecting input to shape the Gartner Government Research Agenda for 2011. All it takes is to respond to this online survey, which asks three very simple questions: What are your top three technology issues for 2011? What are your top three IT management issues for […]

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Seeking Your Help to Plan for Gartner Government Research in 2011

by Andrea Di Maio  |  August 31, 2010  |  2 Comments

Like every year, we are starting the planning process for our research agendas across Gartner. For those who are not familiar with this term, research agendas contain our high-level plans for the research we are going to conduct in each technology and industry domain we cover across our firm. They are published, usually early in […]

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Help Gartner Define Its Government Research Agenda for 2010

by Andrea Di Maio  |  November 8, 2009  |  6 Comments

As the agenda manager for the government research team in Gartner, I am in the process of gathering input from clients and non clients about the areas we should be researching about in the course of 2010. You are welcome to respond to our survey, which asks three very simple questions: What are your top […]

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Take Our Survey on Cost Optimization in Government

by Andrea Di Maio  |  April 3, 2009  |  Comments Off

Massimiliano Claps and Dave McClure here. The Gartner Government research team is deeply involved with U.S. and global government agencies to help them navigate through the current economic turmoil, by advising on cost optimization, both within IT departments and leveraging IT systems to optimize overall program/department expenses. To further improve our ability to provide in-depth […]

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Help Us Prepare the Research Agenda for Government, 2009

by Andrea Di Maio  |  October 29, 2008  |  1 Comment

We have just started surveys and client discussions about the topics we need to cover for our government research in 2009. This is what we cann “Research Agenda”, which we publish at the beginning of each year (take a look at the Government Agenda for 2008). We are looking for specific areas of concern for […]

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