Government contracting trends that defined fiscal 2019, such as increases in “as a service” and IT consolidation, are likely to continue into FY20.
But several new programs and initiatives are likely to shape the contracting landscape in FY20.
A new report from contract analysts at Bloomberg Government released Jan. 7 broke down these areas likely to mold government contracting trends in 2020:
- Best-in-class: IT consolidation
- Multiple Award Schedule consolidation
- Government buying “as a service”
- Small-Business Runway Extension Act will begin affecting contracts
- Cybersecurity will become cost of doing business
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