B2G Market Advisor
The B2G Market Advisor blog covers topics of interest to the government contracting community including industry trends, competitive landscape, sourcing new opportunities, small business designations and teaming for the U.S. federal, state, local and Canadian governments. Written by GovWin’s experienced analysts and experts, the B2G Market Advisor blog empowers companies to get ahead of the competition and win more business in the public sector.
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Our research explores the 2021 federal budget for architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), operations and maintenance (O&M), and professional services.
In August 2019 our state and local research team spoke to AEC contracting experts about the SLED market, cooperative purchasing, and job order contracting.
The FY 2018 proposed budget released by the White House calls for a drastic reduction in funds allotted to most non-military programs and agencies.
In President Trump’s recently released FY 2018 White House Budget Blueprint, funding allocated to the Department of Education has been reduced by 13%.
President Donald Trump has made it known since the campaign trail that the nation’s crumbling infrastructure was a major priority and called for $1 trillion in investment.
Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2009 saw peaks in federal aid to states and localities (a.k.a. "grants"). For FFY 2017, federal grant funding exceeds FFY 2009 levels in four of Deltek's 11 vertical categories. It is flat in one and has decreased in six.
For Government Contractors, maintaining efficient financial management year over year is vital to business success and profitability. We can think about this process like a game of cards – although skill and an understanding of the game are required, it all starts with the hand of cards you were dealt.
Maryland’s Purple Line is a proposed 16 mile light-rail project that will connect Montgomery County with Prince George’s County. The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is in charge of the project that will create 21 stations and 23,000 jobs at an estimated cost of $2.4 billion over the next six years. The new line will also connect to the MARC commuter rail system and Amtrak train services.
The city of Atlanta recently released its FY 2016 proposed budget, which shows an increase of 150 residential building permit valuations and new units from 2013 to 2014 – for a total exceeding 700.
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