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

Recent Publications

 

Globally diversified government IT vendors buffered pandemic-related turbulence overseas with growth in U.S. federal sector

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 […]

 

Local, state and international governments experienced more COVID-19 turbulence than U.S. federal agencies in 2Q20

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, […]

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