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Green IT Strategies: Caveats for Government Organizations

Published: 11 April 2008

ID: G00156498

Analyst(s): Andrea Di Maio


While the structure of a green IT strategy is relatively industry-independent, its scope and implementation in the public sector require focus on some key areas.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Define an Environmental Policy and Strategy — Context First
  • Measure and Analyze Progress — Baseline What You Can
  • Green the Staff — and Your Constituents
  • Switch It Off if It's Not in Use — Not All Government Runs 24/7
  • Print Less
  • Procure Green Products and Services
  • Bottom Line

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