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Historical Data

Information and Communication Technology Survey (ICTS)

Provides data on non-capitalized and capitalized spending for information and communication technology (ICT) equipment and computer software by all U.S. non-farm businesses with employees. Major exclusions are foreign-owned operations of domestic companies, establishments located in U.S. territories, government operations (including the U.S. Postal Service), establishments engaged in agricultural production, and private households. Data are published for companies with employees for NAICS 2-digit and selected 3-digit industries.

Excel spreadsheets are not fully annotated. Please refer to the full report for complete annotation.

  Archived Reports  

Year Full Report
2012 Not available. Due to budgetary constraints, the 2012 ICTS was suspended in May 2013.
2011 HTML
2010 HTML
2009 HTML
2008 HTML
2007 HTML
2006 HTML

Note: Publication in Adobe PDF file format was discontinued with survey year 2005.

Year Full Report List of Tables
2005 [PDF, 2.4MB] HTML
2004 [PDF, 1.9MB] HTML
2003 [PDF, 4.5MB] HTML

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Information and Communication Technology | (301) 763-3324 |  Last Revised: March 24, 2015