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.
Looking to win Washington state contracts? GovWin’s state and local research has uncovered business development tips, plus transit and transportation bids.
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.
IT Services will continue to be the dominant growth segment within the state, local, and education (SLED) IT market and the only one with growth exceeding the market average.
By the narrowest of margins, the state of Michigan passed a bill that will provide more than $1 billion in funding for roads and other transportation infrastructure. A key component of the bill is an increase to the gas tax and a higher vehicle registration fee. While the bill will utilize monies from those increases, a significant portion of money will come from the state’s general fund.
Automated license plate recognition nabs Roanoke shooter: Will tragedy spark widespread adoption of this technology?
The importance of license plate readers has come to light following yesterday’s devastating shootings that killed two WDBJ-TV employees during a live broadcast in Franklin County, Virginia. A Virginia State Police patrol car was able to identify the shooter’s vehicle on Interstate 66 with license plate reader technology.
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.
As the country slowly recovers from the recession, states are finally willing to commit funds to improve roads, bridges and highways, and some states are embarking on new transportation initiatives.
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