Trump Administration: The First 100 Days

Published: May 03, 2017

Federal Market AnalysisBudgetPresident Trump

Deltek's Trump Administration: The First 100 Days explores the actions, efforts, and policy initiatives the Trump Administration has taken in its first 100 days and the contracting marketplace implications for the future.

Deltek’s report Trump Administration: The First 100 Days looks at the various initiatives, actions, policies, and funding priorities that the Trump Administration has taken during its first 100 days in office and the potential impacts to the federal contracting landscape.

The analysis assesses the numerous Executive Orders (EO), Memoranda, and policy directives that the President and other officials have issued in the early days of the Administration. The analysis also highlights Trump Administration discretionary budget priorities for the remainder of FY 2017 and for FY 2018 and beyond.

In addition, the report looks at the Trump Administration’s actions, efforts and progress in the following areas deemed as high priorities within its first 100 days:

  • Defense and Homeland Security
  • Immigration
  • Health Care
  • Criminal Justice
  • Regulatory Reform
  • Economy and Trade
  • Government Operations
  • Infrastructure
  • The analysis includes agency-specific actions as a result of Administration efforts in these overarching priority areas.

    Critical Insight for Vendors

    This report details how important elements of first-100-day activities are being implemented at key federal departments and the implications for federal contractors. The analysis is designed to enhance business development planning by providing relevant strategic and tactical insight into the Trump Administration’s initial high-priority efforts.

    Deltek’s report Trump Administration: The First 100 Days is delivered in PowerPoint® format. In addition, the report package includes an accompanying Executive Briefing summarizing the key findings.

    Trump Administration: The First 100 Days



    Executive Actions

    Department Impact

  • Department of Defense
  • Homeland Security
  • Justice
  • Health and Human Services
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Treasury
  • Agriculture
  • Commerce
  • Transportation
  • Interior
  • Housing and Urban Development
  • NASA
  • State
  • Energy
  • Education
  • Labor
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Conclusions and Recommendations