Cyber threats are escalating faster than the Federal Government’s ability to defend itself. Fragmented agency strategies stall efforts for a unified Federal Cyber Defense solution. If Cybersecurity priorities are not implemented during these early days of the Trump Administration, the United States will be quickly outpaced by foreign and domestic threats.
President Trump’s ability to enact his agenda will be enabled by his administration’s unprecedented access to big-data and analytics, including applications that were spearheaded, but ultimately unrealized, by previous Presidents. By overlaying data-driven views of the market on top of the conceptual structure of the Trump Agenda, The Federal Scorecard identifies vendors and agencies that will be most impacted.
In our most recent webinar, we shared data-driven analytics about the increasing pressures of contracting with industry and agency leaders. During the webinar we focused on key elements of the President’s recent budget proposal and the impact of agency pivots on the competitive landscape.
Achieving a balance in vendor competition is critical for agencies looking to get a better deal and higher quality products and services. It also prompts industry to aggressively pursue the development of improved solutions. As industry transitions to the Trump era, competition will play a major role in agencies’ ability to deliver on a new set of policies.
The Federal IT Services market is in the midst of a massive transformation. The age of information, automation, and agile development is reshaping networking and computing environments to include Cloud, Mobility, Internet of Things, and Cybersecurity.
Contractors working with Health and Human Services should expect a massive redirection of resources under the Trump Administration. This presents significant risk to industry, particularly incumbent contractors and competitors positioning for recompetes based on requirements aligned with the Affordable Care Act.
President-Elect Trump ran on a platform of comprehensive Federal agency reform. Reform is dependent on the ability of Federal agencies to redirect existing resources to fulfill new priorities. Govini’s newest Analytic Report reveals which agencies and contractors are best positioned for the disruption, and which are most at risk.
Agencies will be under a mandate to reduce spend and every expiring contract in 2017 will be scrutinized. This uncertain landscape requires contractors to have complete visibility into the risks they face as well as into the opportunities to take market share from competitors with blind spots. With $210.1 billion in DoD contracts set to expire in 2017, the stage is set for major disruption.
Digital Transformation is a broad, undefined market. Govini uses its Database of Record to create visibility with a taxonomy of Digital Transformation, which includes breakdowns of Software, Cloud, Mobility and Endpoint technologies.
Unmanned air, land, and undersea autonomous systems are key factors of the Third Offset Strategy. In this report, Govini highlights the agencies that allocated budget for autonomy, the competitive landscape, and autonomy’s related procurements.
This election cycle’s down-ballot campaigns are receiving more attention than in years past as seats long-held by the incumbent party are being contested. Despite all political calculations, one thing that can be measured objectively is how successful a member of Congress is at securing Federal contract obligations.
Digital Transformation has the potential to integrate and streamline entire processes in order to increase performance and enhance customer experiences all while lowering costs. This Govini analysis highlights the agencies that have allocated budget for digitization projects, the contractors that are supporting the effort, and the procurement mechanisms used.
Although there is little debate over the ever-increasing importance of the Department of Homeland Security, how the Department should deliver the greatest public good is a matter of continuous debate in Washington.
This analysis breaks down how budget accounts have been leveraged for agency spending in the past and could be used by presidential candidates in the future.
As the last quarter of the year comes to a close, with its results all but certain, we turn our eyes to the beginning of fiscal year 2017. This analysis profiles spending behavior for agencies that obligate the largest share of their annual funds in the first quarter after taking stock in how fiscal 2016 is likely to wrap up.
As Alliant 2 offerors prepare to submit their proposals, IT contractors both large and small are attempting to understand the position of their firm, possible teaming partners, and competitors. IT spending is also as strong as it has ever been and signs point to continued growth. We have brought together three of our most popular IT Analytic Reports to help you decipher this complex industry.
The Internet of Things megatrend encompasses a wide range of use cases, but the objective is the same: connect devices, people and systems to automate information collection and processing for better decisions. The Internet of Things Infrastructure Bundle provides key analysis featuring spending trends, insight into future procurement and positioning of dominate competitors or potential partners.
Cloud is a rapidly growing market and IoT will enhance further as the use of sensor technology generates ever-increasing amounts of data. This analysis quantifies the Federal Cloud market using unclassified contract obligation data before FY11 and FY15.
In the 2016 Federal Healthcare IT Services analyst report, Govini extends its lens to the HHS, VA, DHS and IT services spending trends across all three agencies, which run counter to macro government spending dynamics and highlight profound changes in industry structure.
Unlike other Federal agencies, NASA made it through sequestration essentially unscathed. In fact, a big data view of the NASA market indicates that spending is on track to rise in FY16 after increasing 7.9 percent in FY15.
Wireless devices are a critical facet of the Federal IoT market as they provide mobile access to data collected by sensors. Device-based software applications are also incredibly important, without which data from mobile platforms cannot be visualized and used, making the two categories codependent.
$88.0B Contract Spend 0.2%
$149.2B Budget Authority 1.1%
104.3K Contract Spend 3.1%
52.8K Vendors 9.6%
$71.4B Contract Spend 6.7%
$119.5 Budget Authority 2.1%
86.7K Contracts 4.5%
53.3K Vendors 8.8%
$56.4B Contract Spend 4.1%
$136.9 Budget Authority 1.3%
41.4K Contracts 4.8%
22.6K Vendors 6.3%
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