This infographic contains the three key takeaways from TBR’s latest research on the U.S. federal IT services market and what these events mean for you. Infographic includes takeaways for stakeholders, including M&A prospects, resilient spending trends, and the rise of advisory practices, amidst unprecedented growth in federal IT services.
About John Caucis, Senior Analyst
As a senior analyst in TBR’s Professional Services Practice, John Caucis provides client-specific research and analysis, including primary and secondary research, for specialized programs. John’s focus area is public sector IT services, primarily in the U.S. federal market. John follows the activities of Accenture Federal Services, Booz Allen Hamilton, CGI Federal, General Dynamics Technologies, Leidos, Maximus and Raytheon Intelligence & Space, with additional limited coverage of eight other IT services vendors operating predominantly in the federal space. John’s areas of expertise also include IT trends in healthcare IT, IT consulting, management consulting, IT outsourcing, BPO, application development and maintenance, and systems integration.
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Free webinar: Learn which trends in M&A, resource management and consulting will shape the U.S. federal cloud government market in 2023 and 2024; how AWS, Microsoft and Google are winning opportunities with U.S. federal government agencies; and how the largest federally focused IT services vendors are positioning as cloud professional services providers
In this month’s Gimme 3, Patrick chats with TBR Federal IT Services lead and Senior Analyst John Caucis on the U.S. federal IT operations and alliance activity of market newcomers Accenture, CGI and IBM
Free webinar: Learn our 2023 outlook for the federal IT market, including market acquisition activity expectations for the year
TBR predicts federal government IT spend is poised to surge to new highs on the back of digital modernization and cybersecurity investment. Read more about this prediction and others in our 2023 report.
Cloud-centered IT modernization, cybersecurity enhancement, and accelerating adoption of digital technologies feature heavily in federal IT outlays in 2022 and will again in 2023
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.
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 […]