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May 30, 2017

Free Webinar June 8 - 2017 Competitive Intelligence Report and Subscription Service Overview

We're hosting a free 20-minute webinar to explain what the 2017 Government Services Competitive Intelligence Report and subscription service is all about and how it can help your business.

We'll provide an overview of the study's key findings, explain the benefits federal services businesses can gain from the report and subscription service, and walk through some example use cases.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, June 8 at 1 p.m. Register here!

The report is the most comprehensive analysis of the competitive environment for major federal services awards ever published. It's based on a review of every major competitive services contract issued in fiscal 2016. Compiled here for the first time, this data set identifies the winner of every major new requirement and re-compete, every displaced incumbent, and categorizes the acquisition approach that led to every award.

Key topics discussed in the report include:

  • What factors lead to challenger success in major contract competitions
  • Which agencies are most challenger friendly and which lean toward incumbents
  • What kinds of requirements are shifting into the small business market
  • Where are the most major new requirements emerging
  • Which companies are proving to be the toughest competitors for major requirements
  • Which companies lost major projects in fiscal 2016

Purchase of the 2017 Government Services Competitive Intelligence Report comes with monthly updates on the latest major contract wins and losses, and additional analysis. You can download a sample and read more about the report and subscription service on our website.

June 03, 2016
Alliant 2/Alliant 2 SB: 5 Things to Watch for in the Final RFPs

GSA announced this afternoon that the final RFPs for the largest federal IT services opportunities of the decade–Alliant 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business–will be issued on or after June 20.

June 07, 2016
Federal Contract Spending Dipped 1.5% in 2015, Study Finds

I'm quoted in Government Executive’s story on the annual list of the top 200 federal contractors put out by Bloomberg Government, which found a slight dip in overall spending as civilian agency orders made up the biggest share of the pie in 15 years.