Tag Archives: contract spending

Deltek: DHS’ Continuous Diagnostics & Mitigation Contract Awards Hit $437M in FY 2014-2017

A new Deltek report says the Department of Homeland Security spent a total of $437.3 million on contracts for continuous diagnostics and mitigation and continuous monitoring-as-a-service offerings during the past three fiscal years. The General Services Administration spent approximately $12.6 million on CDM/CMaaS contracts over the past three fiscal years, followed by …

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Deltek’s Angie Petty: Pending Administration Change ‘Unlikely’ to Affect Federal IT Contract Spending

Angie Petty, a principal research analyst at Deltek, has said she does not expect the pending change in U.S. administration to have a significant impact on federal information technology budgets and contract spending by agencies. She wrote in a blog entry posted Tuesday that Deltek analysts have observed that governmental efforts …

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Deltek’s Kevin Plexico: SBA, State Dept, SEC Increased Contract Spending in 2014

This year marks the first increase in overall federal contract spending since 2010, Deltek‘s Kevin Plexico wrote in a Washington Post piece published Sunday. Plexico, vice president of information solutions at Deltek, estimates the departments of State and Commerce, Small Business Administration and Securities and Exchange Commission increased their spend on contracts …

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OMB Reports Reduced Contract Spending in 2010

The Washington Post today reported government spending on contracts went down $15 billion between 2009 and 2010. According to the White House, products and services contracts totaled $550 billion in 2009. In 2010, contracts totaled $535 billion. The cuts are a result of the Obama administration’s pledge to reduce $40 …

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