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.
The GovWin Federal Market Analysis team scanned the President’s Discretionary Budget Request for FY 2022, including HUD, HHS, VA, education and defense spending.
In November 2019 we focused on federal IT contracting, including information security and big data government spending, plus the FBO – beta.SAM.gov transition.
In this federal analysis from March 2019, we highlight the FY 2020 federal budget, the new DoD artificial intelligence policy, and 8(a) contracting trends.
The VA Maintaining Internal Systems and Strengthening Integrated Outside Networks (MISSION) Act of 2018 contains provisions that support telemedicine, online access for caregivers, and medical record exchange with outside health care providers.
VA's annual FISMA audit reveals continued compliance challenges causing significant security vulnerabilities in the agency, according to the report released April 11, 2018.
Deltek forecasts spending on vendor-provided federal health IT goods and services will increase from $6.1B in 2018 to $8.1B in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.6%, reaching a peak of $8.5B in 2022.
Deltek GovWin produces an annual report on the federal cloud computing market. This report, which appears at the end of October, is based on a databas...
GAO recently released an analysis of VA past and planned health IT modernization, finding that VA obligated approximately $1.1 billion to 138 different contractors that worked on the integrated Electronic Health Record (iEHR) and the Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VistA) Evolution from FY 2011 to FY 2016.
Last Tuesday’s event brought much talk of interoperability, security, modernization and exploiting data to improve health.
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