Deltek’s Kevin Plexico continued his fiscal 2021 state, local and education IT forecast with a focus on Texas and New York, plus the crucial role federal funds play in state and local IT budgets.
The State, local government and education IT market is a challenge for the vendor community to understand. Ask the CIO SLED Edition discusses Deltek’s market intelligence assessment and methodology to understand future spending trends in this area.
Deltek Senior Vice President Kevin Plexico and Bob Lohfeld, CEO of Lohfeld Consulting Group join host Mark Amtower for a wide ranging discussion of the growth of GWACs over the last five years, best in class contracts, category management and the impact of GWACs and IDIQs on small businesses.
The General Services Administration says the number of help desk calls about the beta.sam.gov website is at or below the levels that came in for the old site. Some contractors, however, say the new site continues to struggle and remains frustrating to many.
Agencies impacted and not impacted by the partial government shutdown released up to eight times more RFPs, RFIs and awards on FedBizOpps.gov last week as compared to the same weeks in previous years.
The market research firm Deltek found the small business sector has seen significant reductions over the last seven years.
Kevin Plexico, vice president of Information Solutions at Deltek, discusses FSSI, small business contracting, and more with host Mark Amtower. March 16, 2015
Aronson buys the Washington Management Group to expand its GSA schedules services offerings.
Federal budgets may not be growing much, but contractors can still make a good living. They’re looking at $122 billion in the top 10 prime contracting opportunities from civilian agencies this year. According to Deltek, that’s more than double the number from last year. Kevin Plexico is the vice president of information solutions at Deltek. He joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin with more on civilian contracting opportunities in 2015.
The Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation will change the way it provides public feeds of procurement data on Nov. 21. The General Services Administration, which runs FPDS-NG, said the public ATOM feeds will be updated by masking select data elements, specifically company’s DUNS number.