Join Deltek’s Kevin Plexico and Jason Bagshaw for a preview of the Federal Architecture and Engineering Market Outlook, 2011-2016 report released July 29th, as well as an overview of the new architecture, engineering, and construction offering. This presentation will provide insight into the trends and issues that will shape the size and direction of the federal marketplace and show you tools you can utilize to gain a leg up on the competition.
What You Will Learn:
Learn about the factors driving or inhibiting growth in the A/E market segments
Understand federal A/E services and construction spending and the market forecast for the next five years
Identify upcoming areas of opportunity in the federal A/E services market
How to find upcoming A/E/C opportunities prior to the release of an RFP
Quickly access an Agency’s budget or historical buying patterns
Find potential sub-contractors or research competitor’s government business
How to compare your proposal pricing versus your competition’s
About Federal Architecture and Engineering Market Outlook and Opportunities, 2011-2016:
In a market fraught with uncertainty and complexity, the federal government continues to look to the A/E community to assist with portfolio right-sizing, design services, and engineering needs for construction, renovation, and maintenance of structures and facilities. This webinar is an overview of Deltek’s recently published report, Federal Architecture and Engineering Market Outlook, 2011-2016, which explores trends in the federal A/E market, historic spending, agency construction and renovation plans, and interviews with federal and industry thought leaders in the federal A/E market. Deltek examined issues related to administrative policies, funding challenges, individual agency priorities, workforce trends, and the federal real estate portfolio to forecast the size and direction of this market.
This webinar also explores upcoming federal opportunities in the architecture, engineering, and construction markets. Learn how utilizing Deltek’s tools can help you build your pipeline, understand government buying patterns, find suitable sub-contractors and research your competition.
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