The Central IS Budgets as a Percentage of Revenue InfoTechMark shows the relationship of the IS budget to the organization’s revenue. For government organizations, the IS budget is compared to total spending for operations. Results are presented for each sector or by organization revenue. The lower quartile (25th percentile) presents the lowest 25 percent of spending by all of the organizations, where 25 percent spent less than that amount. The median (50th percentile) is the level at which half of the organizations spent less and the remainder spent more. The upper quartile (75th percentile) presents the highest 25 percent of spending by all of the organizations, where 25 percent spent more than that amount.
Central IS Budgets as a Percentage of Revenue InfoTechMark: TriMark 1998 to 2000 and DeciMark 1991 to 2000 (Feb 2001)
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