BGOV’s Best-Read Government Contracting Stories in 2019

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2019 was an exciting year for companies competing in the federal market. The calendar year began during a 35-day government shutdown and the federal fiscal year ended with a record high of $594 billion in spending obligations.

Bloomberg Government has compiled a list of our 10 most popular stories this calendar year. They were:

1. IT Modernization Funding Expected to Fall in FY 2020

2. Fiscal 2020 Defense Budget Request Breakdown

3. Army Reissues $900M Cyber Training RFI Over Conflict Concerns

4. HHS Announces Recompete Schedule for $20B IT Contract CIO-SP

5. Why Microsoft’s $10B JEDI Cloud Win Shouldn’t Surprise You

6. Fiscal 2020 IT Budget Breakdown

7. State Department Posts Final RFP for $350 Million IT Services Contract

8. GSA Reassesses $15B Alliant Small-Business Awards: What’s Ahead

9. Army Highlights $1 Billion in Upcoming Contract Opportunities

10. CIA to Spend an Estimated $900 Million on Support Contractors

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