$210B in Expiring DoD Contracts Poses Risk for Contractors,
Low-Hanging Fruit for Trump

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.

Govini developed a proprietary “Expiring Contract Exposure Score” and analyzed risk for the top 100 contractors serving the Army, Navy, and Air Force. With $210.1 billion in DoD contracts set to expire in 2017, the stage is set for major disruption.

Highlights include:

  • Expiring Contract Exposure Score reveals which DoD contractors have the most to lose in 2017 and which contractors are entering the year with more stability.
  • More than half of the vendors evaluated in 4 of 6 categories show an increased Expiring Contract Exposure Score from 2016 to 2017, indicating increased exposure in the coming year.
  • A deeper dive into IT & Services and Platform Suppliers reveals competitive markets that are at risk with imminent changes from the incoming Trump administration.
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