More than $13 billion in large and small-business contracts with the federal government is likely to come up for competition in the three-month period ending September.
These requirements are meant to improve efficiency and decrease the cost of services across and between federal agencies. Requirements range from health systems to professional services, all in IT. Several are recurring requirements, while one is a new competition.
Read about three notable contracts anticipated to be advertised for competition by the Defense, Commerce and State departments in the federal government’s fourth quarter here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/big-contracts-for-defense-commerce-and-state-departments-coming-this-summer/2014/06/13/4a2bc594-f014-11e3-9ebc-2ee6f81ed217_story.html