GWACs start to slide

Business going through governmentwide acquisition
contracts has started to drop as agencies
rely more on their own procurement vehicles.

CIVILIAN MULTIPLEAWARD
CONTRACTS

2005 » $1.04 BILLION

2006 » $1.02 BILLION

2007 » $1.31 BILLION

Rise of 12 percent CAGR*

DEFENSE MULTIPLEAWARD
CONTRACTS

2005 » $7.94 BILLION

2006 » $8.7 BILLION

2007 » $11.48 BILLION

Rise of 20 percent CAGR*

GWACS

2005 » $4.46 BILLION

2006 » $3.78 BILLION

2007 » $3.19 BILLION

Drop of 15 percent CAGR*

TOTAL

2005 » $13.43 BILLION

2006 » $13.5 BILLION

2007 » $15.98 BILLION

Rise of 9 percent CAGR*

*Compound annual growth rate

Source: FedSources

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