U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020

U.S. Federal IT market will surpass $93 billion by 2020, growing at CAGR 3% in the period 2015-2020.

Let us put it bluntly – the Federal IT organization has never been considered the frontline of innovation and business leadership, at least not before 2009. In its first year in office, the Obama Administration has characterized its IT legacy as fragmented, poorly executed, and lacking the productivity and performance gains deployed effectively in the private sector. Since 2009 the things have started to change. It’s still early to say whether these reforms have brought fruits, but their impact on both the Federal IT market and private sector is undeniable. Shift to cloud model and data center consolidation are two key elements of the new Federal IT strategy that are steadily on the track.

Implementation of reforms in the period 2010-2013 has largely been hampered by three major factors:

  • Political and managerial shifts wihin Federal government.
  • Lack of skilled IT workforce. Government IT workforce is ageing. Top IT talent stays away from less paying government jobs.
  • Huge maintanance costs of legacy systems bleeding innovation budgets.

Either current or coming Administration is challenged to overhaul the entire Federal IT organization, betting on new technologies, “rent, not buy” principle, software defined everything, open source, IT commoditization of Federal systems. Lack of qualified IT personnel could set back but not thwart these plans. The focus is on deployment of technologies proved their worth in the private sector. Some government technology market segments will see double digit growth in the period 2015 – 2020.

The report answers the following questions:

  • What policies will shape the U.S. Federal IT market in the period 2015-2020?
  • What segments of the U.S. Federal IT market are poised for fast growth?
  • What are key trends in the U.S. Federal IT market?
  • What are market opportunities in providing IT solutions for Government sector?

The report provides detailed year-by-year (2015 – 2020) forecasts for the following U.S. Government market segments:

  • Hardware, software, IT consumables and contracted IT services;
  • Agency-by-agency detailed forecasts for both defense and civilian sectors;
  • Fast growing/high priority technology segments;
  • By investment type – National Security System, Mission Area Support, Infrastructure & Office Automation Telecommunications, Services to State and Local IT Systems, Enterprise architecture and planning.

The report covers the following fast growing / high priority technology segments provides year-by-year (2015 – 2020) forecasts:

  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  • Business Intelligence/Data Mining
  • Cloud Computing
  • Cyber Security
  • GIS and Geospatial
  • Health Information Technology (HIT)
  • High Performance Computing
  • Interoperability Middleware
  • Mobile Apps
  • Non-Relational Database Management Systems
  • Open Source
  • Smart Grid
  • Virtualization

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Table of Contents

1. Market Report Scope & Methodology
1.1. Scope
1.2. Research Methodology

2. Executive Summary
2.1. Key Report Findings
2.2. Fast Growing / High Priority Technology Segments
2.1.1 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
2.1.2 Business Intelligence/Data Mining
2.1.3 Cloud Computing
2.1.4 Cyber Security
2.1.5 GIS and Geospatial
2.1.6 Health Information Technology (HIT)
2.1.7 High Performance Computing
2.1.8 Interoperability Middleware
2.1.9 Mobile Apps
2.1.10 Non-Relational Database Management Systems
2.1.11 Open Source
2.1.12 Smart Grid
2.1.13 Virtualization

3. U.S. Federal IT Market in Figures 2015-2020
3.1. Department of Defense IT Market Forecast 2015-2020
3.2. Civilian Agencies’ IT Market Forecast 2015-2020
3.3. U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015–2020 by Defense and Civilian Agencies
3.4. U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015–2020 by Hardware, Software, IT Consumables and Contracted IT Services
3.5. U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Fast Growing / High Priority Technology Segments 35
3.6. U.S. Federal IT Market 2015-2020 by Investment Type

4. Market Opportunities: Ongoing Large Projects
4.1. Project Descriptions
Appendix
Vendors List

List of Figures
Fig. 1- Historical U.S. Federal IT Spending Pattern 2001-2010, $Bln
Fig. 2- The Number of the U.S. Government Data Centers in 1998 – 2010 and Target for 2015
Fig. 3- Typical Data Center Annual Costs, $Mln
Fig. 4- GeoOneStop Concept
Fig. 5- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 6- Department of Defense IT Market Forecast 2015-2020 by Agency, $Mln
Fig. 7- Cumulative DoD IT Market 2015-2020 by Agency, %
Fig. 8- Top Ten Civilian Agencies by IT Market Size 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 9- Cumulative U.S. Federal IT Market by Defense and Civilian Agencies 2015-2020, %
Fig. 10- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020 by Hardware, Software, IT Consumables and Contracted IT Services, $Mln
Fig. 11- U.S. Federal Cumulative IT Market 2015-2020 by Hardware, Software, IT Consumables and Contracted IT Services, %
Fig. 12- U.S. Federal IT Hardware Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 13- U.S. Federal IT Software Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 14- U.S. Federal IT Consumables Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 15- U.S. Federal Contracted IT Services Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Fig. 16- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, $Mln
Fig. 17- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Business Intelligence/Data Mining, $Mln
Fig. 18- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Cloud Computing, $Mln
Fig. 19- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Cyber Security, $Mln
Fig. 20- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: GIS and Geospatial, $Mln
Fig. 21- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Health Information Technology (HIT), $Mln
Fig. 22- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: High Performance Computing, $Mln
Fig. 23- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Interoperabillity Middleware, $Mln
Fig. 24- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Mobile Apps, $Mln
Fig. 25- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Non-Relational Database Management Systems, $Mln
Fig. 26- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Open Source, $Mln
Fig. 27- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Smart Grid, $Mln
Fig. 28- U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Virtualization, $Mln
Fig. 29- U.S. Federal Cumulative IT Market 2015-2020 by Investment Type, %
Fig. 30- U.S. Federal Cumulative IT Market 2015-2020 by Investment Type, $Mln

List of Tables
Table 1 – U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020, $Mln
Table 2 – Department of Defense IT Market Forecast 2015-2020 by Agency, $Mln
Table 3 – Civilian Agencies’ IT Market Forecast 2015-2020 by Agency, $Mln
Table 4 – U.S. Federal IT Market by Defense and Civilian Agencies 2015-2020, $Mln
Table 5 – U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020 by Hardware, Software, IT Consumables and Contracted IT services, $Mln
Table 6 – U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast 2015-2020: Fast Growing / High Priority Technology Segments 35
Table 7 – Ongoing Federal IT Projects