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State and Local Procurement Snapshot - Q1 2022

Published: May 13, 2022

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Once again beating expectations, and boosted by stimulus funding, the state, local and education (SLED) market posted its fourth quarter in a row of double-digit growth in contractor-addressable bid & RFP opportunities. This result was led by education governments and projects related to architecture & engineering (A&E) and operations & maintenance (O&M) work.

Once again beating expectations, and boosted by stimulus funding, the state, local and education (SLED) market posted its fourth quarter in a row of double-digit growth in contractor-addressable bid & RFP opportunities. This result was led by education governments and projects related to architecture & engineering (A&E) and operations & maintenance (O&M) work.

What's Inside:
The report provides a timely review of the latest contracting trends, including year-over-year growth rates by level of government and each of our 12 industries, and our SLED Recovery Index measuring progress as the market emerges from the pandemic.

Notable Stats: 


15.4% More Bids And RFPs YoY
In Q1 2022, the SLED market maintained its resilient pace of recovery


Growth In Education Opportunities
School districts and colleges published 19.3% more bids and RFPs


Architecture & Engineering Ranked #1
At 31.3% the A&E industry saw the most growth in Q1
 

  • 03 Executive Summary
  • 04 Market Snapshot
  • 08 SLED Project Counts Over Time
  • 09 Agency Snapshot - Historical Trends
  • 10 Quarterly Growth - Industry Ranking
  • 11 Industry Ranking by Level of Government
  • 12 Special Feature: Identifying High Growth Products & Services: Highlights from our '10 Hotspots in State & Local Government Contracting for 2022' Report
  • 16 Glossary of Industries