Federal Information Technology Market, 2017-2022
Published: July 14, 2017
Deltek’s Federal Information Technology Market, 2017-2022 report explores the market factors, strategic programs, and key initiatives driving federal information technology spending over the next five years.
Although the funding caps imposed by sequestration are likely to be postponed again, agencies will continue to face complex budgetary scenarios in the coming years. Political discord and rising federal debt levels continue to drive budget sensitivity within Congress, forcing agencies to do more with less. The FY 2018 budget request – the first proposed budget by the Trump Administration - indicates a willingness to increase funding for the Department of Defense at the expense of some civilian agencies.
The Trump Administration’s IT management agenda continues to emerge, with a focus on mandates that drive innovation and modernization while also pressuring agencies for cost reductions and operational reform. Agency missions continue to grow in scope and complexity, laying the groundwork for continued investment in transformative technologies such as cloud computing, advanced analytics and cybersecurity. Deltek forecasts the federal IT market will grow modestly over the next few years as agencies look to lower costs, increase efficiencies, and juggle priorities.
Critical Insight for Vendors
Deltek's Federal Information Technology Market, 2017-2022 report takes a strategic 5-year strategic look at the trends, drivers, and inhibitors shaping federal information technology procurement. The scope of Deltek’s analysis includes traditional IT and embedded IT spending within non-IT programs.
The report provides:
Deltek's Federal IT Market, 2017-2022 report is delivered in PowerPoint® format, including a PowerPoint® Executive Briefing, and an Excel® data workbook.
FEDERAL IT MARKET, 2017-2022
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Market Segment Forecasts
- IT Hardware
- IT Professional Services
- IT Outsourcing
- Communications and Network Services
Conclusions and Recommendations
Terms and Definitions
APPENDIX: Additional Agency Analysis