B2G Market Advisor
B2G Market Advisor, produced by the industry’s largest team of market analysts, focuses on the U.S. government contracting industry. With unparalleled depth of Federal, State, Local, and Education information, GovWin’s experienced analysts cover the priorities driving procurement decisions. B2G Market Advisor will support your critical business decisions and will give you key insights into the issues, trends, and initiatives shaping the current & future public sector marketplace.
Deltek saw a strong start to the New Year with a 12.9% increase in solicitations released from December. Just about 69% of those bids were related to Professional Services.
December ended the calendar year with a bang. Solicitations were only slightly down from November, by 3.63%, compared to the larger declines seen earlier in the quarter.
October broke the declining solicitation trend and showed an 8 percent increase over September. The Natural Resources vertical saw almost half of the month’s activity, with 43 percent of the solicitations released.
September saw a decrease in solicitations compared to August. With a 5.5 percent decrease, this continues the trend of decreasing solicitations for the past quarter.
August saw only a slight decrease in the number of solicitations released compared to July, decreasing by 0.2 percent overall. This is the smallest decrease GovWin has seen in the past few months. The Natural Resources vertical saw the most solicitations released.
July continued the trend of decreasing solicitations, with a seven percent decrease compared to June. Professional Services was the higher of the primary requirements, accounting for just about 70 percent of the solicitations released.
One focal point of the National Association of Counties conference last week was big data and data-driven decision making and how it will impact governing. Many cities are already using analytical tools to keep children safe, reduce the pay gap, and diminish homelessness.
June saw a slight decrease in solicitations released from May. Nationwide, solicitations declined around 15 percent. Professional Services made up nearly 70 percent of the solicitations.
April showers brought May solicitations! Solicitations released increased by nearly 65 percent in May over those in April.
April saw a slight dip in solicitation releases compared to March, with a seven percent decrease in total solicitations released. The education vertical continued to produce the most solicitations, with 65 percent of the total number released.
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