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Govini’s Matt Hummer: Trump’s FY 2018 Budget Request May Spur GovCon Firms to Offer Tech as a Service

Govini analyst Matt Hummer has said President Donald Trump’s $1.1 trillion budget request for fiscal year 2018 might offer an opportunity for federal contractors to directly sell their technology platforms as a service to the government, Nextgov reported Friday. Hummer told Nextgov the federal government is likely to “outsource” technology support …

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Govini’s Eric Gillespie: Federal Spending Poised for Rebound, Vendor Services Demand Remains Steady

A Govini report has shown that contract obligations by half of 24 federal agencies increased during fiscal year 2015 despite a two-percent decline in overall agency spending. “Spending may have decreased relative to the last two years, but we see signs of a rebound, or spending stabilization, as agency funding solidified,” Eric Gillespie, Govini …

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Govini’s Eric Gillespie Cites Impact of Consolidations on GovCon Services Market in 2015

Eric Gillespie, founder and CEO of Govini, has cited recent consolidations and acquisitions that made an impact on the federal services contracting market in 2015. Gillespie wrote in an article published Tuesday on GovExec that the formation of CSRA through the merger of Computer Sciences Corp.’s U.S. public sector business with SRA International resulted …

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Govini 2015 GovCon Scorecard: Commerce Dept is Top Agency, Lockheed is Top Vendor

Govini‘s latest Federal Scorecard report points to a “highly competitive” government contracting space in 2014 with the Commerce Department leading in agency spending percentage increase and Lockheed Martin ahead in captured contract revenue. “The annual scorecard gives the market an opportunity to look at federal spending from a macro level and, through …

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Industry Weighs In On Microsoft-Nokia Deal

Some industry analysts have weighed in on Microsoft’s planned acquisition of Nokia‘s handset business and its effects on the federal mobility market, FCW reported Thursday. Adam Mazmanian writes the $7.2 billion acquisition could help the software company extend its reach in the federal market for tablets and mobile phones. Tom Suder, …

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