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With fiscal year 2020 approaching on October 1, contractors are beginning to think strategically about aligning resources to compete for the largest opportunities likely to be competed in fiscal 2020. This year includes a list of about $125 billion in total estimated contract value that will be up for competition.
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 General Services Administration announced Aug. 19 that it will accept revised proposals for a 10-year, $15 billion, small business contract known as Alliant Small Business 2, or A2SB.
A General Services Administration draft solicitation posted Aug. 9 officially launched the recompetition of its 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resource for Services (STARS) II vehicle.
Dive Deeper Into the BGOV200 Explore how – and with what companies – the U.S. government spent more than $559 billion last fiscal year. Download the full report for detailed analysis of every company. BGOV200 Top 10 Categories We've broken down this year's BGOV200 results into a few main categories - including the top defense, IT, and professional...
The U.S. Navy awarded its massive SeaPort Next Generation (Seaport NxG) contract to 1,870 companies in December 2018 and is already kicking off plans to add more by fiscal 2021.
The Defense Department set all-time highs in spending through fast-track “other transaction” agreements (OTAs) in fiscal 2018, issuing more than $4 billion in obligations.
Top 10 Defense Contractors Going Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Government contractors doing work with the Department of Defense were able to leverage an increase of $40.5 billion in DOD spending from fiscal 2017 to 2018. Consistent with recent years, most of the market-moving companies in fiscal 2018 relied on spending in certain categories, su...