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BGOV: Federal IT Spending Could Reach $29B in Q4 FY 2019

Jeff Brody

Federal agencies are expected to spend approximately $29B on information technology products and services in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2019, Bloomberg Government reported Tuesday.

BGOV estimates that the Department of Defense has approximately $14.4B in remaining funds to obligate on IT contracts for the current fiscal year.

The Department of Homeland Security has approximately $2.1B in remaining FY 2019 funds to spend on IT products, while the Department of Veteran Affairs has about $1.8B, according to the analysis.

Federal IT spending contract obligations for Q4 2019 are projected to reach approximately $8.1B and likely to flow through five contract vehicles: General Services Administration’s Schedule IT-70; NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement IV and V; GSA’s Alliant Large Business; Veterans Affairs Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology and T4 Next Generation; and GSA’s 8(a) STARS II.

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