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Trends we are looking at for 2022:
- Acceleration of cloud adoption in federal IT space
- Expanding budgets for Department of Defense (DOD) Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) programs; significant funding custs planned for basic research, applied research and advanced technology development
- Bipartisan support remaining strong for critical technology and modernization areas: AI, analytics, big data, cloud, cybersecurity, health IT, mobility/5G and network updating
- Sharp acceleration in cybersecurity investment
- Optimizing citizen services remaining a paramount focus of IT investment
- Digital asset modernization and innovation across federal IT systems
- The evolution of the DOD’s JADC2 program linking defense systems across all arenas (cyber, land, sea, air and space) and service branches (domestic DOD and allied nations) to securely share data for combat operations and military commands
- Greater focus on international clients due to worldwide spending on A&D rising after Russia’s invasion on the Ukraine
- Supply chain crisis lingering longer than anticipated
- Sharp decline in large-scale M&A activity
- Underpinning the JADC2 initiative with 5G technology
- Broader adoption of virtual engineering tools like digital twinning
- Emphasis on collaboration to compete for large-scale annuity revenue generating contracts
- Expediting the development of hypersonic programs