State and Local Procurement Snapshot - Q2 2020

Published: August 19, 2020

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The Q2 2020 state, local and education (SLED) government contracting market experienced significant disruption and lower bid volumes due to the continued impact of COVID-19. In this edition of our quarterly state & local procurement snapshot series, GovWin’s expert analysts break down the size of the impact by segment while providing further clarity around contracting trends and “next steps” for the market during the pandemic.

The Q2 2020 state, local and education (SLED) government contracting market experienced significant disruption and lower bid volumes due to the continued impact of COVID-19. In this edition of our quarterly state & local procurement snapshot series, GovWin’s expert analysts break down the size of the impact by segment while providing further clarity around contracting trends and “next steps” for the market during the pandemic.

Readers of this report will:

  • Gain insights into the current contracting environment, including the depth of the downturn in purchasing and the outlook for the future
  • Discover impacts on bid volumes by level of government and industry
  • Access a special feature article examining impacts of COVID-19 on the entire first half of 2020

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary (p. 03)
  • Market Snapshot (pp. 04-06)
  • Total Project Counts Over Time (p. 07)
  • Agency Snapshot – Historical Trends (p. 08)
  • Quarterly Growth – Industry Ranking (p. 09)
  • Industry Ranking by Level of Government (p. 10)
  • Special Feature (pp. 11-13)
  • Glossary of Industries (p. 14)