Federal Civilian contract market spending held steady in FY19

The civilian agency contract market held steady in FY 2019. It totaled $185 billion, down less than a percent from FY 2018. The agency with the most growth was HUD, which is upgrading internal agency IT and financial systems. At $23.3 billion, DOE spent the most in FY 2019 but fell 6.2% year-over-year. The biggest decline was 16.6% at STATE, while USAID grew 8.3 percent. BGOV’s Top 20 FY 2020 Opportunities highlights major health, IT and professional services opportunities at USAID, GSA, FAA, NASA and other agencies that are expected to drive continued strong civilian agency performance in the new fiscal year. See the full post here.

Source: Paul Murphy, October 7, 2019. Bloomberg.


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