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Bloomberg Government has released a list of the 20 leading contracting opportunities for the fiscal year that begins October 1. The report covers contracts worth a total of about $130.9 billion for which a final request for proposal is likely by the close of fiscal 2019.
This year BGOV's Top 20 Opportunities have a combined total estimated value of $207.6 billion. That includes 12 opportunities totaling $124.1 billion at the Defense Department and eight opportunities totaling $83.5 billion with civilian agencies.
This year BGOV’s Top 20 Opportunities have a combined total estimated value of $207.6 billion. That includes 12 opportunities totaling $124.1 billion at the Defense Department and eight opportunities totaling $83.5 billion with civilian agencies.
The Department of Homeland Security plans to issue a follow-on to its FirstSource II contract, according to a July 15 announcement by DHS chief procurement officer, Soraya Correa. The follow-on, FirstSource III, is the focus of this week’s Top 20 Opportunities.
Democratic presidential candidates are clashing over their different visions on immigration, an issue Donald Trump has made a cornerstone of his presidency and re-election campaign.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is making changes to an upcoming $1 billion contract for software purchases that has been fraught with delays since acquisition planning first began in July 2015.
As the trade war with China reignited last week, President Trump prepared to sign a national emergency declaration to limit the purchase of communications technology owned by foreign adversaries (read: China).
This downloadable report, created by our BGOV industry experts, covers major contracting trends and how MACs are changing the game.
There was an abundance of cloud-related news last week, with the Pentagon’s $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract dominating headlines.
The federal government is preparing to invest about $4.9 billion in unclassified artificial intelligence and machine learning-related research and development in fiscal 2020, according to budget documents released March 18.