August 2019 Federal Analysis: Navy Contracting Outlook and Teaming Strategies

Posted by Nick Schiffler on August 23, 2019

Deltek B2G Blog: Navy

August 2019 Federal Analysis: Navy Contracting Outlook and Teaming Strategies

The GovWin research team of more than 150 federal and state, local, and education (SLED) market analysts provide in-depth research reports, timely articles, webinars, presentations, and consultations to help clients build business development plans and navigate the government market effectively.

In this feature we highlight analysis from our federal research team, including a rundown of the top federal regional opportunities for the end of CY 2019, a webinar highlighting joint ventures and teaming strategies, plus looks at the Navy contracting market and the outlook for federal operations & maintenance contracts.


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A Look at Navy Contracting for 2019 and Beyond

One of the largest federal government contracting markets is the US Navy. With more than 6,000 active opportunities, and a five-year average annual contract obligation of close to $100B, the Navy offers contract vehicles and opportunities that align with nearly any business.

To help performance-minded vendors take advantage, GovWin has produced a webinar, the Navy Strategic Outlook for 2019 and Beyond, that offers a look at key trends and forward-looking business prospects for those involved in Navy contracting.

“GovWin’s federal market experts John Slye and Kara Crowe will give you the information you need to help build sales plans for the Navy.”

Joint Ventures, the Mentor Protégé Programs, and Teaming Strategies

Both small and large businesses involved in government contracting can benefit by considering adopting joint venture or teaming strategies, or joining the Mentor Protégé program offered by the SBA (Small Business Administration). GovWin partnered with Maria Panichelli, a partner and chair of the government contracting department at Obermayer, to host a webinar exploring strategies for success in using these programs. 

“Whether you are a large business looking to leverage a small business partner’s eligibility, or a small business looking to supplement your own performance capabilities and competitive edge, these strategies can greatly increase your access to contracts, and give your revenue a boost.”

Spending Trends in the Federal IT Market from 2019 to 2024

Federal IT (information technology) is in the middle of a major transformation effort, writes research analyst John Slye in his look at the federal IT market forecast for the next five years, drawn from GovWin’s Federal Information Technology Market report for 2019 to 2024. GovWin’s research expects that federal spending on IT-related products and services will see moderate growth over the next several years, as the chart below shows.

“[GovWin] projects the federal information technology market will grow modestly and unevenly over the next few years as agencies face complex challenges.”

The Top Federal Regional Opportunities for the End of CY 2019

Federal government contracts aren’t just limited to the area around the nation’s capital, and with the fiscal year coming to a close, many of these regional contracts are ripe for the taking. Join GovWin’s federal market analyst Ashley Sanderson for a timely on-demand webinar examining the top federal regional opportunities for the year’s end, including an examination of contracts by industry.

 “Many federal opportunities are likely to be released by year-end CY 2019, totaling in billions of federal dollars ready to be won.”

 The Budget Outlook for Federal Operations and Maintenance Contracts

To help operations and maintenance vendors better understand the federal contracting landscape for next year, GovWin’s Federal Market Analysis team has just released a piece of unique research, The Federal Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Budget Outlook, 2020. This report examines how the president’s budget request for 2020 will impact operations and maintenance contractors, and should prove useful for companies that provide janitorial services, food services, grounds and landscaping services, office supplies, and much more.

“Readers of this report will learn top issues to watch that may have impact on the federal marketplace for O&M firms.”

You can access more of the analysis produced by both our Federal and SLED Market Analysis teams using the following link: Access in-depth SLED and federal market analysis

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