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April 27, 1988

US GOVERNMENT COMPUTER, COMMUNICATIONS SPENDING TO RISE 4.3% IN FISCAL 1989

By CBR Staff Writer

Continuing budget constraints mean that US government spending on computer and communications equipment and services in the fiscal year to September 1989 will grow only 4.3% to $17,500m according to consultants Federal Sources Inc of Vienna, Virginia – but that will be an improvement on the current year, when the outturn is expected to be a rise of only 1.2% – a far cry from the double digit growth of the early years of the Reagan Administration. The Pentagon accounts for almost 50% of the budget.

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