Federal Acquisition Landscape: Trends and Issues, 2018
Published: August 31, 2018
Deltek’s Federal Acquisition Landscape: Trends and Issues, 2018 report examines trends, policies and legislation shaping federal contractors' ability to navigate the acquisition environment.
From the White House to Congress, pressure is growing to streamline how federal agencies purchase billions of dollars in goods and services. Burdensome procurement rules are hindering the efficient acquisition of commercial services and capabilities that agencies need to accomplish their increasingly complex missions. Given its scope, Department of Defense acquisition processes are under close scrutiny, leading to new reforms, procurement methods and organizational structure. The President’s Management Agenda is similarly shaping changes in civilian agency acquisitions, from category management, IT modernization and acquisition workforce improvements. Meanwhile, concerns about supply chain and cybersecurity are adding complexity to reform efforts, contributing to an acquisition environment that is constantly shifting, presenting challenges to large and small businesses alike.
Critical Insight for Vendors
Deltek's Federal Acquisition Landscape: Trends and Issues, 2018 report outlines the developments in agency acquisition processes and methodologies impacting federal contractors’ business development strategies. The rapidly evolving federal marketplace is complicating the procurement environment, presenting challenges that vendors must navigate to be successful.
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Deltek's Federal Acquisition Landscape: Trends and Issues report is delivered in PowerPoint® format, including a PowerPoint® Executive Briefing, and an Excel® data workbook.
FEDERAL ACQUISITION LANDSCAPE: TRENDS AND ISSUES, 2018
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