Carlyle Group’s ultimate goal may be to sell ManTech to a larger federal IT peer with the fiscal wherewithal for a strategic purchase that will either further cement its leadership position.
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Join Practice Manager and Principal Analyst Patrick Heffernan, Principal Analyst Boz Hristov, Senior Analyst John Caucis, Senior Analyst Elitsa Bakalova and Senior Analyst Kelly Lesiczka for an in-depth look at TBR’s predictions for the IT services market, including management consulting, federal IT services and global service delivery, in 2022 as well as trends they expect […]
Where the money flows, IT services follow Federal spending priorities shifting to favor civilian agencies In three areas, the Biden administration’s pivot from defense spending to shoring up civilian agencies will have immediate effects on the federally focused IT services vendors. First, accelerated cloud adoption and new spending bringing cloud to civilian agencies will create […]
Leidos expands in Australia with a defense IT modernization award and the launch of a new software development facility Leidos will join APAC-based partner Fujitsu and U.S.-based partner KBRWyle on a three-year, AU$175 million program to upgrade and modernize IT and communications systems for the Australian Department of Defence (DOD). The enhancement will include service […]
On Dec. 7, Northrop Grumman announced the sale of its federal IT services operations to an affiliate of Veritas Capital, confirming rumors that began in late October with a report that the company had retained a strategic adviser to review a potential divestiture of its technology services group. The ‘spin-merge’ will create a $3B-plus federal […]
Overall government IT spending will take a significant hit from COVID-19; growth opportunities will eventually arise but on a longer-term horizon Public sector market growth drivers State and local governments in the U.S. as well as civilian agencies of international governments saw significant disruption to tax revenues and their ability to provide even basic levels […]
State and local governments in the U.S. as well as civilian agencies of international governments saw significant disruption to tax revenues and their ability to provide even basic levels of citizen-facing services as a result of the pandemic. Employment services agencies, for example, were suddenly forced to operate at sharply lower levels, if at all, […]
The impact of COVID-19 on revenue, profitability and award activity was material but also erratic and inconsistent across vendors Federal IT vendors tracked in TBR’s Public Sector IT Services Benchmark generally reported at least some erosion of top-line growth or profitability in CY2Q20 that was directly or indirectly attributable to the pandemic. Many providers were […]
The predominance of the U.S. federal market is on display in Figure 1 as most of the observed deceleration owes to the diminishing impact of strategic acquisitions made by federal IT vendors prior to 2019 and the sharp slowdown in overall M&A through 1Q20. The latter trend will be exacerbated by the coronavirus outbreak as […]
COVID-19 will accelerate a range of secular trends in federal IT Despite the inevitable short-term impact of COVID-19 on federal technology outlays, IT infrastructure modernization will eventually return to the top of the list of federal IT spending priorities, as will investments in cybersecurity, analytics, AI, big data, cloud and machine learning. The epidemic will […]