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Army marches in front of the Air Force

The Army has surpassed the Air Force in proposed federal information technology spending based on President Bush’s fiscal 2008 budget figures. Otherwise, the president’s proposed budget shows few status changes compared with a similar ranking of the government’s biggest IT spenders a year ago. Eight of the top 20 would see their proposed IT budgets shrink.

Here are the winners and losers, based on Federal Sources Inc.’s analysis of the president’s 2008 fiscal budget as presented at the recent Outlook conference.

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