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2017 MEDIA KIT

PUBLIC SECTOR MEDIA


1105 Public Sector Media Group provides information, insight and analysis to the Government IT and Education IT (FED/SLED) sectors. Our content platforms include print, digital, online, events and a broad spectrum of marketing services.

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We offer our advertisers deep editorial and market knowledge, a comprehensive audience database and expert marketing and engagement services.

Meet our brands 3 FCW 4 GCN 5 DEFENSE SYSTEMS 6 WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY 8 CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY 9 THE JOURNAL 10 FEDERAL SOUP 11 CONTACT INFORMATION


The Business of Federal Technology By providing federal technology executives with the ‘who’ and ‘what’ they need to know to effectively manage and deliver on their agency’s mission, FCW delivers access to a powerful, hard-to-reach audience that controls the $112+ billion technology purchasing in federal government. FCW’s editorial team crafts strategic features on business management, policy, pending legislation, technology and profiles of the power players making waves in the federal executive sector. The federal technology market comes to life with photos, profiles and insider insight.

TARGET MARKET:

Federal Technology Executives Job Functions* Federal Civilian

44.5%

Federal Defense

33.3%

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Systems Integrator/ Contractor/ Reseller

22.2%

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EN EWS L ET T ERS

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*Source: December 2015 BPA Statement **Google Analytics

C-Level Management / Command

11.9%

Executive / Senior Management

21.8%

Executive / Senior IT Management

16.6%

Program Management

11.0%

Project Management

9.2%

Elected Official / Legislative Staff

1.9%

Procurement / Purchasing

3.7%

General Operations

12.6%

Other IT

9.0%

Other

2.2%

Total Circulation*

80,119

FCW.com Monthly Unique Visitors**

128,000


Technology, Tools and Tactics for Public Sector IT Public Sector IT managers responsible for acquiring and implementing technology within their organizations face common challenges: scalability, security, reliability and transparency. GCN provides technology assessments, recommendations and case studies to the full scope of technology decision makers in the federal and state & local markets. GCN editorial topics include big data, cloud, cybersecurity, data centers, mobile and emerging technology.

TARGET MARKET:

Public Sector IT Managers Job Functions* State & Local Government

48.2%

Federal Defense

Federal Civilian

33.1%

18.7%

MAGAZINE

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M O BIL E/TA BL ET

EN EWS L ET T ERS

Executive/Senior IT Management

24%

IT/Systems / Network Management

18%

Application Development / Programming

4%

Data Communications / Telecommunications

3%

IT Project Management

4%

Research and Development

5%

Engineering/Tech Services

6%

Elected Official / Legis Staff / Board / Committee / Commsn Member

8%

C-Level Management/Command

9%

Program Management

9%

Procurement / Purchasing

2%

Other IT

8%

EVENTS

Total Circulation*

*Source: Publisher’s Sworn Statement September 2016 ** Google Analytics

100,100

GCNcom Monthly Unique Visitors**

110,000


Technologies for the Connected Warrior Defense Systems delivers independent insight, analysis and perspective for decision makers who develop, acquire and manage network-based defense technologies that facilitate situational awareness and enterprise agility. We help these individuals understand how networked technologies are being used across services, commands, agencies and programs to better enable the warfighter. Editorial coverage includes communications, cyber defense, tactical IT, enterprise systems, satellites and GEOINT, sensors, UAS and mobile.

TARGET MARKET:

Defense IT

Job Functions* Defense Industry

69.0%

Flag Officer

5.3%

Field Grade Officer

6.1%

Captain / Lieutenant / Ensign /Warrant Officer 4.6% Congress, Executive Branch and Staff

3.7%

Senior DoD Executives, PEO, SES, Director, Deputies (and equiv.)

8.4%

Program / Project Management

Systems Integrator/ Contractor/Reseller

17.1%

Procurement / Purchasing / Contract Management

Other

13.9%

Network / Communications / Engineering/ Operational Management Defense Industry Executive / Director /Management Other

O N L I NE

M O BIL E/TA BL ET

EN EWS L ET T ERS

EVENTS

DefenseSystems.com Monthly Unique Visitors** *Source: Publisher’s Own Data June 2016 ** Google Analytics

51,000

16.8% 6.0% 23.6% 7.6% 18.0%


The Authority for Government Contractors and Partners Washington Technology is the authoritative source of competitive intelligence for executives providing contract services to the government market. Our experts report all the latest contract services news, then add their analysis, to give leading companies the actionable information they need to make smart and strategic decisions around prime- or subpartnerships, contract bids, and resource development.

TARGET MARKET:

Government Contractors and Partners Job Functions*

Other Gov’t Contractor

20.9%

Senior Executive/Corporate

34.3%

Program/Project Management

13.6%

Technical Management

Systems Integration

19.7%

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8.0%

Systems Analyst/Solutions

7.7%

Procurement/Capture Manager

3.2% 21.3%

Business Development/Sales EVENTS

11.8%

Other

Other

17.4% Systems/Software Development

14.1%

VAR (Value Added Reseller)

4.4%

Distribution/ Aggregation

1.0%

Washington Technology.com Monthly Unique Visitors**

Aerospace/ Defense Contractor Professional/ Engineering

87,000

22.5% ONLI NE

*Source: Publisher’s Own Data June 2016 ** Google Analytics

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Transforming Education Through Technology THE Journal covers all aspects of the growing K-12 education technology sector; readers include senior-level district and school administrators, IT administration and instructional technologists who make decisions and influence technology purchases for their districts, schools and classrooms. THE Journal is the premier resource for insights into best practices for technology implementations, research into technology practices, in-depth feature articles, guidance on the latest ed tech trends and careful analysis of policy issues. Through our extensive portfolio of print and digital media, tens of thousands of influential ed tech leaders stay informed on the critical topics of the day, including STEM/STEAM, Networking/Wireless/Mobile/ BYOD, Security, Cloud Computing and Blended Learning.

TARGET MARKET:

K-12 Education Technology Decision Makers Job Functions* District office

Superintendent/Asst Superintendent

53%

Jr High/Middle School

12%

Elementary School

18%

High School

13%

Principal/Assistant Principal

35%

Information Technology

20%

Program/Curriculum Dir/Manager

14%

Technology-using Educator

18%

Librarian/Media Specialist

Total Circulation*

100,000 Format Served Print: 50,000 Digital: 50,000

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M O B I L E/TA BL ET

EN EWS L ET T ERS

EVEN T S

* Source: Publisher’s Sworn Statement June 2016 ** Google Analytics

9%

4%

THEJournal.com Monthly Unique Page Views**

340,000


Empowering the World of Higher Education Campus Technology is higher education’s go-to resource on the technologies and trends impacting colleges and universities today. Readers include campus decision makers at all levels, from administrators and IT executives/directors/ managers to instructional technologists and tech-savvy faculty who rely on Campus Technology to keep up with the latest tech trends, plan IT strategy, make purchasing decisions and improve their job performance.

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Through our extensive portfolio of digital media, Campus Technology provides valuable how-to content, best practices, strategies and expert advice to help IT leaders advance the adoption, implementation and utilization of technology at their institutions. Critical topics covered include Makerspaces, Networking / Wireless / Mobile Devices, Security, Cloud Computing and Management of all tools to Student Success.

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TARGET MARKET:

Higher Education Technology Decision Makers Job Functions* 4-year College/ University

69%

4%

2-year College

17%

6%

Policy/Top-Level Institutional Exec/Mgmt

12%

Administration/Administrative Mgmt

25%

Information Technology Dir/Mgmt

31%

Instructional Program Mgmt/Dept

23%

Institutes/Research Programs/Assoc

2%

Campus Services/Vendor/Consult

2%

Other Allied to Field

5%

4% Total Circulation*

Government Organization

O N L I NE

M O B I L E/TA BL ET

Other Allied to Field

Vocational/ Technical College

EN EWS L ET T ERS

*Source: Publisher’s Sworn Statement June 2016 ** Google Analytics

40,000

CampusTechnology. com Monthly Unique Page Views**

245,000


Your Federal Career & Benefits Explained Federal Soup is a central resource website for federal government employees, providing in-depth reference and research for federal employee questions on pay, benefits, employment policies, TSP, financial planning and retirement. Website tools include interactive forums with other federal employees, access to weekly issues of the Federal Employees News Digest (FEND), and the online edition of the annual Federal Employees Almanac. The website also offers federal employee news, free e-newsletters, publications store and a job board.

The Federal Employees News Digest (FEND) Reaches

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112,000+ Paid, Federal Subscribers AL MANAC

The 100% Opt-In FederalDAILY eNewsletter Drives Over 72,000 Monthly Users to the Federalsoup.com Website

The Federal Employees Almanac is Distributed to 100,000+

Federal Professionals

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Contact Information 1105 PUBLIC SECTOR MEDIA GROUP CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER

FCW, GCN, DEFENSE SYSTEMS & WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY

CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY & THE JOURNAL

Dan LaBianca

Bill Cooper

(818) 674-3416 dlabianca@1105media.com

Media Consultant, Midwest, CA, WA, OR

Director of Sales (612) 333-2238 dtucker@1105media.com

(650) 961-1760

David Tucker

bcooper@1105media.com

Jean A. Dellarobba

Lane Edwards

Sales Account Executive (949) 265-1568

Media Consultant, DC, MD, VA,

jdellarobba@1105media.com

Southeast (703) 876-5109 ledwards@1105media.com

FEDERAL SOUP

Matt Lally

Mary Keenan

Media Consultant, Northeast, OH (973) 600-2749 mlally@1105media.com

Media Consultant (508) 297-2070 mkeenan@1105media.com

Mary Martin Media Consultant, DC, MD, VA (703) 222-2977 mmartin@1105media.com


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