11th Annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Survey Now Open

Posted by Deltek on January 9, 2020

2020 Clarity GovCon Survey Open

Clarity Government Contracting Survey – Share Your Expertise by March 2

It’s time for a new decade of Deltek Clarity trends, benchmarks, correlations and insights for the government contracting industry. The Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Survey is now open! See why the survey is important, how your experience and expertise will inform the final Clarity Study and what to expect as a participant. It all starts with a few minutes of your time!


 

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The Importance of the Clarity Government Contracting Survey

Each year, the Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Survey helps industry firms of all sizes benchmark their business and gain a better understanding of how others within the market are performing. This detailed snapshot of the contracting landscape always begins the same way, with firms from two and three-seat shops on up to government-focused large construction and manufacturing organizations answering a series of questions.

Though completing a survey can take time out of already busy schedules, the resulting benefits can help respondents expand their knowledge base and make better informed decisions about the future of their government contracting business.

Why Participate, and What You Should Expect

Reporting how you conduct your government contracting business – addressing day-to-day business needs and functions, measure performance, identify tools and resources, overcome challenges and compliance hurdles – is the baseline for all Clarity Government Contracting Studies. Every time a survey is completed, the industry benchmarks and key performance indicators (KPIs) become clear.

The survey collects information on:

  • Business Development
  • Project & Risk Management
  • Finance
  • Financial Compliance
  • Contract Management
  • Procurement
  • Human Capital Management (HCM)
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Manufacturing.

Respondents are not obligated to complete all sections of the survey. You can choose which sections to complete, based on your role within, and knowledge of, your firm’s business. Each section takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Sample Questions/Data:

  • How has your firm’s win rate changed since 2018?
  • What are the top three challenges facing your organization’s financial leader in the next 12 months?
  • Which audits has your company undergone within the last two years?

Who Can Participate?

The Clarity Government Contracting Survey is open to firms of all sizes that attribute a portion of their annual revenue to government business, either as a prime contractor, sub-contractor or both. Hundreds of companies participate each year from the following disciplines:

  • Professional Services
  • Defense, Weapons, Aerospace, or Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Information Technology
  • Research & Development or other Nonprofit, Grant-Based Work
  • Operations & Maintenance
  • Architecture, Engineering, Construction
  • Energy, Oil & Gas, Environmental & Natural Resources
  • Health Care or Medical
  • Engineering Services
  • Management Consulting.

Participation is voluntary and confidential, and multiple roles within a single firm can complete the survey.

Remember, the survey closes March 2, 2020.

Share Your Experience & Expertise

The 2020 Clarity Government Contracting Study starts with you! The critical industry trends and benchmarks are drawn specifically from your contribution via the Clarity Government Contracting Survey.

As a thank you, all participating firms will receive no-cost, early access to the survey findings in order to benchmark against peers and competitors before anyone else. Eligible respondents will also receive a personalized scorecard that compares their response data to key performance metrics from the final Clarity Government Contracting Study.

Interested in reviewing last year’s 10th Annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Study? Download and review it now.