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Deniece Peterson, senior director of federal market analysis at Deltek, said she believes mergers and acquisitions driven by federal information technology modernization efforts will continue in response to agencies’ demand for new tech platforms, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. “I would definitely say that having those capabilities, that’s a smart bet in my personal […] More
Deltek has projected data management issues would prompt federal agencies to invest in sensor-enabled technologies for analyzing and transmitting information, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Deniece Peterson, director of federal industry analysis at Deltek, said she forecasts agencies to adopt sensor products for the Internet of Things and cyber-physical and software-based infrastructure. “The adoption of these emerging […] More
Deniece Peterson, director of federal industry analysis at Deltek, believes small goverment contractors must think strategically to compete and thrive in the same space as much bigger players, she writes in a Washington Post column published Monday. Peterson writes that small firms can stay competitive by having a well-structured portfolio, partnering with other firms and […] More
A new report by Deltek forecasts that federal spending on information technology products and services will reach $99.5 billion at the end of fiscal year 2017 and increase to $104.9 billion in FY 2022. Deltek said Friday it expects the Trump administration and Congress to renegotiate budget caps through the end of fiscal year 2021 or for the next […] More
A Deltek market report predicts the federal health information technology market to reach $6.4 billion in spending by 2021 at a compound annual growth rate of 1.4 percent due to investments aimed to analyze, digitize, secure and share health information. Deltek said Wednesday federal agencies such as the Defense Health Agency and the Department of […] More
A new Deltek report predicts that federal spending on information security will reach $12.0 billion in fiscal 2021, up from $9.3 billion during fiscal 2016, as cybersecurity continues to be a priority for many agencies. The federal information security spend projection represents a 5.3 percent compound annual growth rate over the next five years, Deltek said Thursday. […] More
A new study by Deltek says the value of fixed-price contracts used by federal agencies to procure information technology platforms and services rose from $43.5 billion in fiscal year 2014 to $44.9 billion in FY 2015, driven by IT professional services. Deltek said Friday task orders accounted for approximately 40 percent of federal IT contract spending in FY 2015. […] More
Deltek estimates contractor-addressable spending on the U.S. government’s mission-critical programs will increase by $18 billion to about $682 billion in fiscal year 2017 if Congress approves the White House’s latest budget request. The company’s “FY 2017 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities” report examines potential business opportunities the $1.14 trillion discretionary spending plan offers to the GovCon sector, Deltek said Thursday. The report forecasts […] More
A new Deltek report indicates the federal information technology market presents challenges as well as opportunities for contractors, the Washington Post reported Monday. Deniece Peterson, research director at Deltek, writes budget cuts have caused agencies to curtail advisory and management support contracts during the past two years. Government investments in cybersecurity, intelligence, cloud computing and data […] More
Analysts have determined the discretionary spending caps, resulting from the debt ceiling deal passed this week by Congress, will not likely have a major effect on information technology spending. In a recently published research report, analysts at INPUT, a Deltek company, determined that while overall agency budgets are under pressure, the administration’s IT priorities will […] More
 “We’re hiring as fast as we can. The past six months have been the peak for us”, said the CEO of Platinum solutions Laila Rossi; not something you would expect to hear given the current global recession. Yet according to the Washington Post  the most expanding industry is the information technology industry due to the steady pace of government contracts and technology […] More
Ask 100 people about the $700 billion bailout – who it helps, does it help, etc. – and you are likely to get 100 different answers. Main Street USA hears bank executives pull out the Rod Tidwell (of Jerry McGuire fame) line of arguing the bailout, er, rescue package, er financial life preserver, er Doug […] More
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