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1 2014 IT Salary Survey: Government Research Findings © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

2 The 328 staff- and 204 managerial-level federal government IT professionals in our survey saw modest bumps in compensation. But that doesn’t mean all is well: 29% of staffers had fewer training opportunities, and 21% of managers actually had their benefits cut. Other data points: >> 61% of managers and 48% of staffers attended agency-paid training; about one-quarter of both groups attended agency-paid certification courses. >> 55% of managers are looking for new jobs; 50% of staffers say the same. >> 55% of managers hold an MBA or other master’s degree (51%) or PhD (4%). >> 30% of all 532 respondents say their organizations outsource some IT jobs to US companies (27%) or a combination of US and offshore companies (3%) >> 13% of staffers and 10% of managers feel insecure in their jobs. Respondent breakdown: 44% work for organizations with 5,000 or more employees; 25% have over 20,000. Want more? Visit InformationWeek ReportsInformationWeek Reports Executive Summary v

3 Salary trends © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

4 Total compensation trends © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

5 Base salary: not much change in 3 years © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

6 Compensation changes in last 12 months © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

7 Salary and gender: Men fare slightly better © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

8 Compensation and gender: men hold lead © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

9 46-55 age range makes the most © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

10 Around half expect bonuses © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

11 ‘Hot’ skills rarely reason for bonus © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

12 Over half have held non-IT jobs © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

13 Support, R&D among top non-IT jobs held © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

14 Staff performs more IT-related duties than management © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

15 Staff roles outside of IT © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

16 Management roles outside of IT © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

17 Customer skills are most important © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

18 Staff: Coastal regions pay best © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

19 Staff in southern states saw biggest changes in 2014 pay © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

20 Manager salaries highest on coasts © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

21 Managers in southern states saw biggest pay changes © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

22 401(k) matching tops perk expectations © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

23 Staff wants tech training, management desires certification © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

24 Training: Mostly agency-paid courses © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

25 Staffers spend more on own training than managers do © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

26 Flexible work schedule matters most to staffers © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

27 Managers care most about others’ respect © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

28 Flex time most important overall © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

29 Government IT employees in it for long haul © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

30 Time at present organization? About 6 years © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

31 # of organizations in last 10 years? © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

32 Most ‘satisfied’ with total compensation package © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

33 Staff compensation satisfaction grows © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

34 Management satisfaction with compensation also up © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

35 More than half say they’re happy overall with job © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

36 Staff: Overall job satisfaction keeps rising

37 Overall job satisfaction on the rise for management, too © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

38 Most find their jobs at least ‘somewhat’ stimulating © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

39 Most feel at least ‘somewhat’ secure in their jobs © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

40 Trend: Staffers feeling less secure about their jobs © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

41 Management feeling slightly less job security © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

42 Still a promising career path? Almost half say no © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

43 Staff divided on whether IT is still a promising career path © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

44 Management on IT career promise: Slight downward trend © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

45 IT career just as secure as most others © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

46 Small or no raises at all in last 12 months © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

47 At least 34% of organizations outsource some IT © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

48 Outsourcing fallout: fewer IT jobs available © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

49 Most careers not hurt by outsourcing © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

50 Over half are job hunting © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

51 Those seeking new jobs want more money © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

52 Why take a title cut? Better location, more job satisfaction © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

53 Well-educated: Most have bachelor’s or master’s © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

54 Most government IT employees are men © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

55 Most are © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

56 Most organizations have 1,000+ employees © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

57 Research Synopsis Survey Name 2014 InformationWeek US IT Salary Survey: Federal Government Survey Date February 2014 Region United States Number of Respondents 532 federal government IT employees, composed of 328 staff and 204 managers Purpose To track IT salary and compensation trends from the perspective of those on the front lines, InformationWeek conducts an annual US IT Salary Survey. Now in its 17th year, it’s the largest employee-based IT salary survey in the country. This year 11,662 full-time IT professionals completed the web-based survey. The goal of this trendable study is to measure various aspects of compensation, benefits, and job satisfaction. This report focuses on the 532 federal government IT professionals who participated in the survey. Methodology The survey was designed by InformationWeek and fielded online. The survey was promoted in InformationWeek’s daily and weekly newsletters. In addition, invitations with an embedded link to the survey were sent to qualified IT professionals from UBM Tech databases. The survey was fielded from November 2013 to February The information within this report is based on responses from 532 federal government IT professionals. Unemployed and part-time workers were excluded from these results, as were respondents from outside the United States. This report uses median rather than mean or average figures for salary and percentage salary changes to eliminate distortions caused by extremes at the high and low ends of the responses. Want more? Visit InformationWeek ReportsInformationWeek Reports © 2014 Property of UBM Tech; All Rights Reserved

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