Federal, state and local governments will need to invest more than $5 billion in health information technologies to comply with provisions of the health care reform law, according to a new report.

The report is from INPUT, a Reston, Va.-based consulting firm serving public sector firms and companies seeking business with governmental units. Co-authors Angie Petty, senior analyst; and Deniece Peterson, manager of industry analysis at INPUT, identify I.T. opportunities in four categories:

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