Trump’s Swamp: Competitiveness and
Its Impact on 2017 Expiring Contracts 

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.

This latest Govini analytic report provides an in-depth look at competition across the Federal government by ranking agencies based on the number of competing bids for contracts set to expire in 2017.

Highlights Include:

  • Some of the most competitive agencies including Department of Education, State, and Army are becoming even more competitive.
  • DHS is refreshing contracts supporting border protection and immigration, two areas that will be increased in the next budget cycle.
  • DOE will prioritize National Nuclear Security over Energy Programs.
  • Contractors should brace for massive disruption at EPA.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Navy

$88.0B Contract Spend 0.2%

Navy

$149.2B Budget Authority 1.1%

Navy

104.3K Contract Spend 3.1%

Navy

52.8K Vendors 9.6%

Army

$71.4B Contract Spend 6.7%

Army

$119.5 Budget Authority 2.1%

Army

86.7K Contracts 4.5%

Army

53.3K Vendors 8.8%

Air Force

$56.4B Contract Spend 4.1%

Air Force

$136.9 Budget Authority 1.3%

Air Force

41.4K Contracts 4.8%

Air Force

22.6K Vendors 6.3%

The 2016 Federal Scorecard

Government Executive Media Group and Govini are proud to present The 2016 Federal Scorecard. Utilizing a big data approach to provide a broad picture of agency and contractor activity with more than 6,000 data points, the Scorecard is a powerful market intelligence resource creating a provocative view into the Federal procurement landscape.

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