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Federal government expected to do more online

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McLean, Va. -- Federal Sources Inc. (FSI), a Primedia research company, projects the federal market for electronic government, which includes the Internet, electronic data interchange and other electronic technologies, will rise to $9.2 billion during the period 1999 to 2003, a compound annual increase of 34%. FSI also forecasts a 26% rise in the government's investment in high-speed networking. ``With more than 80 million adult Internet users in the U.S., the ability of citizens to reach the federal government electronically is on the rise,'' said FSI CEO Thomas Hewitt.
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