Deltek: $437B in Fiscal 2020 Federal Contracts Up for Grabs

Jeff Brody

Deltek analysts have identified federal contracts worth potentially $437B across 50 unrestricted, set-aside, professional services and architecture, engineering and construction areas.

The Top Federal Opportunities for FY 2020 report cited the Department of Energy’s potential $60B Energy Savings Performance Contract GEN 4 as the highest-valued contracting opportunity for vendors, Deltek said Wednesday.

According to the report, the top 20 unrestricted contracting opportunities are projected to reach $267B, a 40 percent increase from FY19. Other key opportunities include the Department of Defense’s Tricare Managed Care Support Services program and the Department of Health and Human Services’ Chief Information Officer Solutions and Partners vehicle.

The company also found that eight out of the top 10 small business set-aside contracts for FY20 are managed by civilian agencies, with seven of these obligations related to information technology.

Deltek’s federal market analysis team used the GovWin IQ database for the report.

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