Tag Archives: Budget Cuts

Deltek Forecasts Outsourcing Services Growth in Federal IT Market

Deltek Forecasts Outsourcing Services Growth in Federal IT Market - top government contractors - best government contracting event

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, …

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Exec Spotlight: Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Principal, On Driving Aerospace & Defense Growth in a Challenging GovCon Market

Exec Spotlight: Robin Lineberger, Deloitte Principal, On Driving Aerospace & Defense Growth in a Challenging GovCon Market - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Robin Lineberger took on a new position earlier this summer as a principal with Deloitte, where he advises major aerospace and defense contractors. Lineberger joined Deloitte Consulting in 2009 as CEO of Deloitte Federal Government Services after spending nearly years with BearingPoint, most recently running its government consulting and outsourcing …

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BAE, Boeing Eye Middle East for Military Deals

BAE, Boeing Eye Middle East for Military Deals - top government contractors - best government contracting event

BAE Systems and Boeing expect to receive sales orders from countries in the Middle East that are aiming to bolster their defense postures as programs in the U.S. wind down under sequestration, Defense News reported Tuesday. Paul McLeary writes executives from both companies discussed ongoing negotiations for deals on the …

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Budget Cuts Trim Aerospace and Defense M&As in Q1 2013

Budget Cuts Trim Aerospace and Defense M&As in Q1 2013 - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Federal budget cuts have reduced mergers and acquisitions in the aerospace and defense industry in the first quarter of 2013, causing financial services firms to lay off some analysts, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Citing a report from advisory firm Deloitte, Steven Overly writes M&A activities in the sector declined …

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UK Makers Push Budget Cuts On Healthcare

UK Makers Push Budget Cuts On Healthcare - top government contractors - best government contracting event

A British manufacturing group has asked the UK government to allocate part of its healthcare budget to infrastructure and technology, Reuters reported Monday. William James writes that the plea comes ahead of a spending review on June 26 that is expected to reflect Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to forego …

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BAE Looks to Saudi Arabia Amid Sequestration

BAE Looks to Saudi Arabia Amid Sequestration - top government contractors - best government contracting event

BAE Systems Plc has entered into a contract to provide Saudi Arabia with fighter jets as part of the company's efforts to grow this year amid sequestration in the United States, This is Money reported. Roger Baird writes BAE Systems has kept Saudi Arabia as its key customer and started …

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Defense CIO Takai Says Tech Overcomes Scarce Resources

Defense CIO Takai Says Tech Overcomes Scarce Resources - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Technology will enable agencies to continue executing their critical functions amidst budget cuts, according to Defense Department Chief Information Officer Teri Takai. Takai told ACT-IAC Excellence.gov awards attendees Tuesday that agencies should use technology the right way in order to survive the recent federal budget cuts, Federal Computer Week reports. Innovation …

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Study Finds IT Survives Budget Cuts

Study Finds IT Survives Budget Cuts - top government contractors - best government contracting event

A study released last week by INPUT, a Deltek-owned government contract consulting firm, found IT consultants may escape the budget ax threatening to fall on government contractors. Fueled by the government-mandated move to cloud computing, government IT service contracts are expected to increase over the next four years, from $38.1 …

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