Thanks to technology, government is becoming more efficient, cost effective and user centric. Agencies may not be building all the technology and software internally, but they are certainly procuring them.
In fact, state, local and education, or SLED, governments are increasing the number of bids and requests for proposal at a “historically strong pace over the past year,” according to GovWin+Onvia by Deltek’s “10 Hotspots in Government Contracting for 2018” report. It analyzed more than 4,000 unique industry smart tags to find the areas with the greatest rates of recent growth.
But this progress isn’t happening in every aspect of the marketplace. In fact, a small number of “hotspots” are growing at a faster pace than others, identifying major SLED themes in adopting technology, pursuing efficiency, improving education, enhancing safety, protecting the environment and addressing underfunded pensions.
To see the 10 hotspots, and the growth measured from 2016 to 2017, click here: https://www.governmentciomedia.com/top-10-areas-opportunity-state-and-local-contracting