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Webcast: Nick's picks for Top 100 trends

At 2 p.m. Wednesday, I’ll be presenting a webcast where I’ll talk about the findings of our annual Top 100 report, where we rank the largest contractors in the government market.

But this webcast isn’t just about big numbers – like the $106.2 billion in prime contracts captured last year by the Top 100. The numbers only tell part of the story.

We are calling it the Pain and Promise of Today's GovCon Market.

I’ll also be looking at some of the challenges and opportunities in today’s market and how they are reflected in the actions being taken by the Top 100.

We’ll talk about company restructurings, international strategies, mergers and acquisitions and the threat of a return to last year’s uncertainty as fiscal 2014 rolls into 2015.

And, of course, I’ll be taking questions.

Best of all, it’s free, and it’s only an hour. If you can’t make it at 2, we’ll have an archived version available in another day or two.

Sign up here.

And for more on this year's Top 100, click here.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Jun 24, 2014 at 12:47 PM


Reader Comments

Wed, Jun 25, 2014 Mel Ostrow

Industry buzz at high level is sometimes manic about some really big qui tam lawsuits under seal that are said to be about to break into public view and affect reps and $$$. What do your top sources say? Note...these affect larger firms, it is whispered.

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