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State and Local Procurement Snapshot - Q2 2022

Published: August 11, 2022

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Supported by recent stimulus funding, the state, local and education (SLED) market continued to exceed expectations despite decelerating slightly in Q2 2022 amid growing economic uncertainty. This growth was led by purchases related to architecture & engineering, operations & maintenance, professional business services and healthcare.

Supported by recent stimulus funding, the state, local and education (SLED) market continued to exceed expectations despite decelerating slightly in Q2 amid growing economic uncertainty. This growth was led by purchases related to architecture & engineering, operations & maintenance, professional business services and healthcare.

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 features our SLED Recovery Index measuring progress as the market continues to emerge from the pandemic.

Key Findings and Benefits: 


4.4% More Bids And RFPs
In Q2 2022, the SLED market continued its resilient pace of recovery and YoY growth.


Growth In State Government Opps
State governments published 6.0% more bids and RFPs, outpacing local and education governments.


Architecture & Engineering Ranked #1
At 16.5%, the A&E industry saw the most growth in Q2. 


"I have won my largest contracts with GovWin Opportunities, including my largest with USACE Mobile for $95M for Environmental Remediation." - Kat Sharp, Senior Proposal Writer, Terry Tree Service
 

  • 03 Executive Summary
  • 04 Market Snapshot
  • 09 SLED Project Counts Over Time
  • 10 Agency Snapshot - Historical Trends
  • 11 Quarterly Growth - Industry Ranking
  • 12 Industry Ranking by Level of Government
  • 13 Special Feature: Leveraging Fiscal Year Ends to Strategically Sell to SLED Governments
  • 18 Glossary of Industries