GovWin SLED Coronavirus Recon

Published: April 02, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

GovWin's SLED Coronavirus Recon, produced by Deltek's SLED Market Research team, is designed to support awareness and understanding of the response to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by state, local, and educational (SLED) entities and the contractors that support them.

Word on the Street

(What our Analysts are hearing from government)

  • An official from Anne Arundel County, Maryland reported they are still working, but their procurement resources have been largely diverted to obtaining medical supplies and equipment.
  • The Connecticut Department of Administrative Services is reporting that some incumbent contracts may be extended so they may address COVID-19 priorities.
  • Mississippi’s Department of Education’s staff has been instructed to work from home and the Office of Procurement will not receive deliveries for advertised Requests for Proposals, Applications, or Qualifications. Responses should be submitted by email. Notices of solicitation cancellations due to COVID will be posted online.  


Funding & Economic Impact 


Higher Education

K-12 Education

Health Care

Social Services 

Justice/Public Safety


Public Utilities

  • (California) Coronavirus: Is the drinking water supply safe?
    • Water is a critical resource for everyone on the planet, and even more so now during the time of a pandemic. The main goal for drinking water treatment plants is to make sure the workers who run them do not get sick. This article looks at the precautions taken to protect the health of the workers.

Community Development/Housing

  • Nearly $3 Billion in Coronavirus Aid to Be Used to Shelter, Provide Testing to the Homeless
    • The initial installment of money represents about one-quarter of the total that Congress allocated to the Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of a $2.2 trillion aid package. The agency said it will distribute the remaining $9.1 billion once new grant formulas are set.
    • The department said the biggest chunk of money for local governments and nonprofits will pay for new medical facilities for testing and treatment and other activities. Grant recipients can also use the money to acquire hotel buildings to accommodate the isolation of patients, or to support businesses that make medical supplies.
    • About $1 billion will go for emergency shelters and providing vouchers so the homeless can stay at motels. This money can be used to provide child care, mental health treatment and employment assistance.
  • Maine awarded $16M for housing efforts amid coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic