Deltek Adds Onvia Market Intell Data to GovWin IQ Platform

Deltek has integrated state, local and educational market intelligence reports from Onvia into the Herndon, Virginia-based company’s government contracting data platform.

Deltek said Thursday it added SLED market intelligence data to the GovWin IQ platform three months after completion of its $70 million cash acquisition of Onvia.

GovWin IQ is designed to provide companies information about the latest contracting opportunities across the federal and SLED sectors.

Onvia’s dataset increased the volume of SLED bids stored in the platform by 50 percent and the number of contract awards by 35 percent, Deltek noted.

The platform also offers a 95 percent coverage of the SLED contracting market for clients.

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