Structure and Dynamics of the U.S. Federal Services Industrial Base, 2000-2012

Structure and Dynamics of the U.S. Federal Services Industrial Base, 2000-2012

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In a time of austerity, the U.S. governmenta€™s reliance on the private sector for a range of services has declined for two consecutive years. Even so, real services contract spending in 2012 remains more than 80 percent above the level in 2000. The CSIS Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group brings eight years of experience to the task of understanding this industry in flux. This report examines contract factors, like competition, funding mechanism, and vehicle, while also looking at industrial base factors like vendor market share by size and top contractors by total services revenue. The study team then applies this analysis to individual government customers and service areas. The 2000a€“2012 iteration of the report also significantly updates the policy implications chapter. This section examines the controversial topics of contract size and multi-award contracts to determine what the data say about their ramifications.FRSaamp;C From 2000 to 2012, a growing majority of FRSaamp;C contract obligations were awarded by DoD, rising from 37 ... See Chapter 5 for further discussion of the impact of ARRA on services contract trends. ... HHS (-1.5 percent 3-year CAGR), DHS (-0.9 percent 3-year CAGR), and State/USAID (-0.7 percent 3-year CAGR). GSA declined at a -34.4 percent 3-year CAGR, but most of that decline is due to GSA no longer reporting much of its FRSaamp;C contracting inventory into FPDS.


Title:Structure and Dynamics of the U.S. Federal Services Industrial Base, 2000-2012
Author: Gregory Sanders, Jesse Ellman
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2013-09-26
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