Survey: Few feds grasp the idea of ASPs

Survey: Few feds grasp the idea of ASPs

Federal information technology executives are largely in the dark about application service providers and how their services work, a recent survey found.

The Information Technology Association of America late last year conducted an Internet survey of federal IT executives that drew 316 responses.

Nine percent of respondents said they were very familiar with the ASP concept, while 54 percent had no familiarity.

Of 157 respondents who answered a question about whether they used ASPs, about 13 percent'6.6 percent of all respondents'said that their agencies did.

'K. McCaney


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