2021 Spring Hill Watch

Find out what’s happening on Capitol Hill with updates across policy areas and legislative priorities from Congressional leaders and policymakers.

Ten Markets to Watch in 2021

Ten markets to watch for federal contractors – and why.

Bloomberg Government Professionals Compensation Survey Report

Bloomberg Government and Women in Government Relations (WGR) are proud to present our latest salary survey highlighting trends shaping government professionals’ careers – both men and women, with a focus on gender gaps as they relate to salary, compensation, benefits, and other offerings.

FY 2021 Contracting Playbook

Get ahead of your competition with intel on the five trends that will shape government contracting in FY 2021, including the top 20 opportunities to watch.

Market Profile: Artificial intelligence and machine learning

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.

FY21 Army Budget Priorities

Prepare for Army contract opportunities with our report analyzing investment trends, the changing threat environment, procurement, and cybersecurity.

FY21 Air Force Budget Priorities

The Air Force is preparing for a new wave of spending on aircraft procurement, IT modernization, readiness, and Space Force within a constrained overall budget. This Bloomberg Government report examines where the money is going in air, space, and cyberspace capabilities.

Fall 2020 Hill Watch

The Fall 2020 Hill Watch is your guide to what to watch on Capitol Hill, with key updates for a wide range of policy areas. Across health care, the environment, immigration, labor, taxes, and many more topics, our reporters describe the legislative purpose of current and anticipated legislation as well as bill statuses and outlooks.

BGOV 200: Federal Industry Leaders 2020 – Bloomberg Government

Now in its ninth year, the 2020 report dissects the top 200 federal contractors moving the needle. With billions of dollars in business, these companies have made their mark – from established players to new, innovative shops mining fresh opportunities.

Federal Contracting Outlook Amid Covid-19

The response to the Covid-19 outbreak is likely to boost spending in the majority of key federal contracting market verticals.

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