How Federal Government Agencies are Spending to Combat the Coronavirus

Posted by Nick Schiffler on July 1, 2020

2019 Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Survey

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 our most recent federal analysis you can find tips on how federal government agencies are continuing to spend to combat the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, including which agencies will have contracting dollars available and which industries may see more opportunities. You’ll also learn about Deltek’s 11th Annual Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study and insights related to the CIO-SP4 contract vehicle.

 
 

Coronavirus Spending by the US State Department and Department of Homeland Security

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to reverberate across every facet of the economy, GovWin has continued to assist government contractors with their ability to navigate the government response to the coronavirus by sharing the latest federal government contracting analysis and contracting opportunities.

GovWin has recently released specific spending analysis for two key federal departments, the US State Department and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Research Analyst John Slye explores the ways in which the U.S. Department of State has spent nearly $98 million to date on COVID-19 response activities, and demonstrates the two industry segments that are seeing the most spending. 

US State Department Spending COVID-19

And this article takes a specific look at the Department of Homeland Security’s spending on activity related to COVID-19. While immediate response spending has tapered off since April, there are still many areas that are seeing significant numbers of contracting dollars.


Continuing Coverage of the Federal Government COVID-19 Response

Businesses can look to GovWin for additional resources that help them navigate the government contracting market during the coronavirus outbreak. Currently available for viewing is an on-demand webinar, featuring Deltek’s Senior Vice President of Information Solutions Kevin Plexico and Director of Federal Market Analysis Deniece Peterson, which covers the federal government’s response efforts in a number of areas:

  • Legislative actions from Congress
  • Regulatory guidance related to government contractors
  • Trends and the latest in contract awards and spending
  • Insight on how agencies are navigating re-opening and implications for contractors

To prepare for the months ahead, and to get real-time information on government spending programs and the impacts they will have on available government contracting opportunities, you can register for GovWin’s ongoing series of COVID-19 webinars, which will continue with two new presentations in July featuring research and insight from GovWin’s analyst team.

Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study Released

June saw the launch of Deltek’s 11th Annual Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study, a report that provides a comprehensive look at the state of the government contracting environment. Featuring benchmarks and key issues faced by government contractors, the report features segments on nine industry sectors, including a section devoted exclusively to business development trends.

“Deltek’s annual Clarity survey provides a comprehensive view on the industry’s top challenges, giving you the information you need to make smart business choices in 2020 and beyond.”

Understanding the Road to CIO-SP4 for Government Contractors

The Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 4 (CIO-SP4) contract vehicle is one of the biggest and broadest in the federal technology space. In this on-demand CIO-SP4 webinar, Deltek’s Senior Director of Research Carey Webster partnered with two experts from public accounting and consulting firm Baker Tilly, Principal Jeff Clayton and Senior Manager Leo Alvarez, to make sense of this key IT contract vehicle.

“As a popular choice for complex information technology services, CIO-SP4 promises to continue to be a prominent contract vehicle for federal buyers well into the future – covering a wide breadth of services from cybersecurity and cloud computing to healthcare IT. ”

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

It’s easy to learn more about current procurement opportunities and research in the GovWin IQ federal database – even well before the contracts go out to bid. Not yet a subscriber? Click the link below to learn about Deltek's GovWin IQ service.


 
 


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