It’s been just a few weeks since the federal government’s buying hub awarded 61 businesses spots on a $50 billion tech contract, and one research and analysis firm is already predicting which contractors may snag the most business.
The General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 governmentwide acquisition contract pre-approves certain vendors to sell IT services to government. The companies that won spots were selected to emphasize emerging technology such as artificial intelligence, according to the agency.
But only a few of them, potentially established contractors such as Lockheed Martin, will “end up winning most of the work,” according to a ranking by Govini. They’ll be competing not only on price, but also past performance and their ability to integrate cloud, data analytics, cyber, connected devices and artificial intelligence into agency contracts.
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