The contracts and spending trends that will shape the next year of government contracting.
In 2019, government contracting was defined by an ongoing shift to buy more IT products and services through the General Services Administration; that agency’s consolidation of its major contracts on the Multiple Award Schedules; and a new cybersecurity standard that has the defense contracting community holding its breath.
And the new decade of federal contracting kicks off with approximately one dozen multibillion-dollar IT contracts slated for competition or award. So what's federal spending going to look like? Nextgov spoke with federal contracting experts to see what spending trends will continue into 2020 and identify big contracting opportunities to watch.