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This downloadable report, created by our BGOV industry experts, examined the U.S. Army budget and contracting trends. The U.S. Army is poised for a 7% budget increase in fiscal 2020, which would bring its total funding for the year to about $191 billion.
Now in its eighth year, the 2019 report dissects the top 200 federal contractors moving the needle. With billions of dollars in business, these companies have made their mark on the nation’s capital – from established players to new, innovative shops mining fresh opportunities.
This downloadable report, created by our BGOV industry experts, covers major contracting trends and how MACs are changing the game.
Bloomberg Government tracks dozens of federal markets in its Contracts Intelligence Tool, and for the start of a new year, we chose 10 markets where we expect agencies to spend more money in 2019.
Download the Army Market Budget & Opportunities report to review the U.S. Army budget, priorities, and upcoming contracting opportunities as identified by Bloomberg Government’s team of expert analysts.
Race to the Finish—Maximizing Q4 Opportunities Government spending accelerates in the fourth quarter of the federal fiscal year, making it a critical period for contractors that can take advantage of Q4 spending and lay the groundwork for fiscal 2019.
The Federal IT Budget & Contract Opportunities report finds that about 71 percent of the government-wide information technology was spent on federal contracting and the remaining 29 percent is toward internal agency operation between fiscal 2014 and 2018. Most of those contract obligations go toward IT modernization, including cloud computing,...
Bloomberg Government's 2018 Federal Contracting Outlook highlights the major trends that will affect companies doing business with the federal government.
Your guide to U.S. Army budget priorities, challenges and upcoming contracting opportunities.
Bloomberg Government developed a market definition for artificial intelligence and machine learning to help clients and researchers understand the scope of federal spending on AI/ML contracts, as well as to identify upcoming contract opportunities.