For details, Bloomberg Government Director of Contracts Dan Snyder joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
With budget stability continuing in fiscal 2019, federal acquisition will continue to address systemic policy and process challenges.
The Defense Information Systems Agency released a final request for proposal on Oct. 11 for a 10-year $6.5 billion single-award contract known as Global Solutions Management – Operations II (GSM-O II).
Daniel Snyder, senior contracts researcher at Bloomberg Government, shared highlights from the organization’s latest annual report on the more than $500 billion market’s top federal contractors.
What is the state of government contracting? Find out when Bloomberg Government’s Cameron Leuthy and Dan Snyder join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center. November 5, 2017
Bloomberg Government’s annual “top” 200 federal contractors report shows big contractors did especially well. And mergers and acquisitions were at record levels despite fears of a downturn in government spending.
Bloomberg Government released its top 200 contractors for fiscal 2016 and found some interesting trends.
The federal government has a growing backlog of unawarded contracts. Information technology represents the lion’s share of the potential business.
The Defense Department has a plan for improving and extending the live of its existing weapons system. It involves replacing microelectronic subassemblies, and DoD has set aside a lot of money for it. A new multiple award contract (MAC) worth billions is coming from the Defense Microelectronics Activity. Daniel Snyder, a contract specialist for Bloomberg Government, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the MAC and DoD’s plan.