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.
August’s featured federal article from GovWin+Onvia highlights discussions of the proposed Space Force and analysis of Air Force spending budgets.
Members of government and industry highlight the potential promise and challenges of harnessing the interconnectedness of sensors and communications.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has made progress in addressing weaknesses highlighted in security reports and audits, but completion and review of key elements is still years out.
Assessments of cost and schedule performance, technology maturity, and design stability of the National Air and Space Administration’s (NASA) major projects indicate that 2016 is likely to test recent process improvements.
The president’s budget request for fiscal 2017 provides $18.3B in base discretionary funding for the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), a 5.3% decrease below FY 2016 enacted levels. These funds are intended to prioritize space technology research and development, enable space exploration, and support commercial partnerships.
Several large federal departments struggle to run contracted IT services spending through their designated IT strategic sourcing contract vehicles.
The federal government generates and collects massive amounts of data. As the volume of data continues to grow, climbing from hundreds and thousands of petabytes to exabytes of data, the task of managing this data becomes more and more challenging. Beyond collecting, managing, and storing the data, agencies are looking to leverage this data to create actionable intelligence, inform decision-making, mitigate risks, increase efficiencies, and lower costs. Tapping into the power of big data is going to require investment in infrastructure and expertise.
The White House announced the National Strategic Computing Initiative via executive order at the end of July. This post examines where business opportunities related to it are likely to be found.
Analysis of information technology budget data for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration highlights areas for potential business opportunities.
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