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Deltek’s Deniece Peterson: Readiness, Cyber, ISR Among Top Contract Priorities at Pentagon; Health and Infrastructure Elsewhere

A new Deltek analysis of the president’s budget proposal found evolving agency priorities could impact how the government spends the up to $608 billion in fiscal year 2015 funds requested for government contracts, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Deniece Peterson, director of federal industry analysis at Deltek, writes agencies will …

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Deltek’s Chris Dixon Cites State HIX Issues Learned from Implementation

Chris Dixon, a senior research manager at Deltek, outlined lessons that government contractors can learn from the health insurance marketplace’s implementation in a Washington Post article published Thursday. Dixon writes that 14 states and the District of Columbia have built online health exchanges and some of those sites encountered glitches …

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Deltek’s John Slye: Proposed FY 2015 Federal Budget Highlights Agencies’ ‘Must-Have’ Investments

Deltek has published a report stating that agencies’ fiscal 2015 spending request figures indicate a growth in programmatic efforts throughout the government. The “FY 2015 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities” report offers a look at contractor-addressable budgets and seeks to help industry plan strategies for business development, Deltek said …

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Mike Corkery: Deltek Aims to Complement ERP Portfolio With Sohnar Acquisition

Deltek has acquired London-based program management application developer Sohnar for an undisclosed amount in a move aimed at expanding Deltek’s professional services automation portfolio. Sohnar makes the cloud-based Traffic LIVE product for users to create estimates and quotes and schedule resources for projects.Deltek announced  Thursday. Traffic LIVE contains an online studio, workflow management and …

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Deltek Study: Contractor Profits Up, Win Rates Stable

Deltek‘s ongoing Clarity study on the government contracting industry shows an improved outlook among respondents following a two-year budget resolution in Congress and mixed preliminary results based on assessments of business metrics, the Washington Post reported Saturday. Initial data on profits, win rates and mergers and acquisition activity “reflect the difficult …

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Deltek: Pentagon, Army, GAO Plan 2014 IT Contract Competitions

Three federal agencies will launch technology programs later this year and award contracts through competition to perform the work, the Washington Post reported Friday. Ashley Bergander, research manager at Deltek, lists the Defense Department, U.S. Army and Government Accountability Office as among the agencies that will award information technology contracts this …

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Deltek: Pentagon Puts IT at Center of Cost-Reduction Efforts

The Defense Department is working to allocate its budget and focus on eight key information technology initiatives, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Deniece Peterson, director of research at Deltek, writes DoD wants the IT programs to reduce costs in an environment of changing regulations, budgets and workforces.. Peterson highlighted areas …

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Army to Create Single IT Support, C4ISR Services Vehicle

The U.S. Army plans to create a new contract vehicle that merges the services of two existing programs as part of the branch’s strategic consolidation efforts, the Washington Post reported Friday. Ashley Bergander, research manager at market analyst Deltek,  writes the streamlined version will be open to contractors looking to provide government …

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Deltek’s Chris Dixon: Local CIOs Report IT Spending Increases

A study conducted by Deltek and the Public Technology Institute indicates positive signs of recovery for local government spending on information technology, the Washington Post reported Monday. Chris Dixon, a Delter senior manager of state and local industry analysis, writes 235 responses were collected from city and county IT executives, who …

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