Efficiency, safety, functionality and compliance are among the factors driving growth rates for government contracting hotspots, according to an analysis by commerce intelligence company Onvia.
With limited resources and expanding needs, the federal government is always looking for cost-effective innovation to address issues like aging infrastructure and changes in demographics. This assures there are ample competitive opportunities for companies in the $2 trillion business-to-government market.
While there are 4,000 specific market segments, Onvia selected a small handful to profile based on their year-over-year growth rates, including providing clean water; serving those with disabilities; strengthening disaster services; upgrading to smart lighting; enabling government with IT; expanding connectivity; innovating education; and improving medical equipment.
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