Federal Information Technology Market, 2019-2024
Published: June 28, 2019
Deltek’s Federal Information Technology Market, 2019-2024 report analyzes the market trends, policies and principal initiatives that will shape federal information technology spending over the next five years.
Federal IT is in the midst of a broad transformation effort driven by a combination of White House policies, technological advances and legislative initiatives. The Trump Administration’s presidential management agenda calls for modernizing agency IT environments through the adoption of cloud-based shared services, leveraging data as an enterprise asset, improving citizen services and streamlining IT acquisitions. Cloud computing, the incorporation of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence into cybersecurity processes, and the outsourcing of agency networks are key areas of growth in the federal IT space. Although the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 provided higher near-term funding, agencies will be under pressure in the coming years to increase efficiency, eliminate waste and adopt emerging technologies that promise to improve service-delivery. Deltek forecasts the federal IT market will show modest growth over the next five years as agencies establish strategies to successfully manage competing priorities while streamlining costs.
Critical Insight for Vendors
Deltek's Federal Information Technology Market, 2019-2024 report takes a strategic 5-year 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.
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Deltek's Federal IT Market, 2019-2024 report is delivered in PowerPoint® format, including a PowerPoint® Executive Briefing, and an Excel® data workbook.
FEDERAL IT MARKET, 2019-2024
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Federal IT Trends and Drivers
Federal IT Market Forecasts
- IT Hardware
- IT Professional Services
- IT Outsourcing
- Communications and Network Services
Conclusions and Recommendations
Terms and Definitions