GovWin+Onvia recently released our latest quarterly report, the State and Local Procurement Snapshot of Q1 2018. As a special feature included within the report, we interviewed government market expert Michael Keating to get his perspective on the increasingly cautious public sector procurement environment, and his suggestions on what the best vendors and contractors can do to get ahead.
In the most recent report released by GovWin+Onvia, 10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2018, our SLED Market Analysis team studied data from our unmatched government market intelligence database. One of the key findings from that report revealed that state, local and education (SLED) government agencies are spending more money on funding pensions.
The latest report from the state, local and education (SLED) government research team at GovWin+Onvia, 10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2018, uncovered the fastest-growing areas in the government contracting marketplace over the past 12 months.
Every year the research team at GovWin+Onvia dives deep into the state, local and education (SLED) government contracting market to find the fastest-growing areas of opportunity, which we’ve compiled in our latest report, 10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2018.
The state, local and education (SLED) market analysis team at GovWin+Onvia just published the fourth edition of its annual report covering the top areas of growth in the B2G market, “10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2018”. The report reveals areas where SLED government bids and RFPs have been growing at particularly high rates.
Billions of dollars in higher education government contracts are available each year to firms involved in selling to the public sector. And few industry segments within that market are more fruitful for vendors than higher education information technology – a market that GovWin’s State, Local and Education (SLED) Market Analysis team explored in their latest report.
Ed DeLisle and Maria Panichelli of the legal firm Cohen Seglias have teamed up with us many times before, including for our “Legal Landscape” series, but we were especially excited to have them join us for our nationwide tour last year as part of our panel of government contracting experts.
On the tour, Ed and Maria shared wisdom from their experience working with federal contractors, and their advice for how to succeed in the challenging government contracting industry. Below is a summary of the advice they shared with the government contractor attendees:
There was good news for firms doing business with the government in the most recent quarterly market snapshot report from GovWin+Onvia, the State, Local and Education (SLED) Procurement Snapshot for Q4 2017. Our market analysis found that the SLED market finished with a year-over-year growth rate of 5.5%, the strongest growth rate of an already strong year.
One year into the Trump presidency, the administration has the opportunity to influence the federal budget in a way that represents its strategic priorities more closely. You can find out just what that means for government contractors by attending the upcoming webinar, First Thoughts on the President’s FY 2019 Budget, at 11 AM ET/8 AM PT on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
For our recent State and Local Procurement Snapshot of Q4 2017, we interviewed two leading thought leaders in the cooperative purchasing space to gather useful insights on cooperative trends among SLED governments and to help suppliers appreciate and consider this maturing form of government buying.
Part 2 of this 2-part series focuses on the future of co-op purchasing and ways in which suppliers can take advantage.