Public Sector IT Services Benchmark

The Public Sector IT Services Benchmark compares and contrasts the included vendors’ go-to-market models, recent investments and key deal wins. Additionally, the benchmark reviews a number of key financial performance metrics and highlights vendors that have been particularly successful in expanding market share and improving profitability.

Includes

Excel Workbook featuring current and historical data

Cadence

Quarterly (publishes in January, April, July and October)

Segments

  • Overall Public Sector
  • U.S. Federal

Vendors

  • Accenture
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • CACI
  • CGI
  • Engility
  • General Dynamics IT
  • IBM Services
  • ICF International
  • KBRWyle
  • Leidos
  • ManTech
  • Northrop Grumman Technology Services
  • Perspecta
  • Raytheon Intelligence, Information & Services
  • SAIC
  • Unisys

Metrics

  • Revenue
  • Revenue Year-to-year Change
  • Organic Year-to-year Change
  • Federal Revenue
  • Federal Revenue Year-to-year Change
  • Backlog-to-revenue Ratio
  • Days Sales Outstanding
  • Gross Margin
  • Operating Expenses as a Percentage of Revenue
  • Revenue per Employee
  • Operating Income per Employee
  • Turnover
  • Operating Margin
  • Current Ratio
  • Debt-to-asset Ratio
  • Return on Assets
  • Return on Equity
  • Cash Flow
  • Net Margin

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Recent Publications

 

Public sector entities besides the U.S. federal government bear a disproportionate share of pandemic-related impacts

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 […]

 

While COVID-19 wreaks havoc across commercial markets, the federal IT market remains resilient

The predominance of the U.S. federal market is on display 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 acquisition activity grinds […]

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