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After more than a decade of focusing on counterinsurgency needs, the Army is now preparing for "the big war," Robert Levinson, senior defense analyst with Bloomberg Government, said during a recent briefing for industry and media.
51 billion from the current fiscal year through fiscal 2022, mostly for research and development, according to the Bloomberg Government analyst Robert Levinson.
We did not see anything that I would characterise as significant," Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said at a Bloomberg Government event Nov.
com/blog/trump-victory-alters-landscape-government-contracting-market/) 2015 , roughly $13 billion of federal contracts went to foreign firms or foreign-based subsidiaries, according to data from Bloomberg Government.
Bloomberg Government estimates that the DoD will spend nearly $4 billion in 2016 on "cloud and provisioned services," taking advantage of the security and flexibility cloud offers, and the ability for agencies to deploy new applications when and where they are needed.
New entrants like Bloomberg Government and Politico Pro are experimenting with newer and faster ways to get their coverage to consumers.
ACCORDING TO a Bloomberg Government report released in September, the startup costs of Obamacare and an associated health technology program are much higher than projected.
Last year, a Bloomberg Government study of several states with policies impacting the private sector provided evidence that E-Verify has been effective in deterring the hiring of undocumented workers.
With more than 318,000 subscribers globally, Bloomberg provides data, news and analytics to decision makers in industries beyond finance through its Bloomberg Law, Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and Bloomberg BNA.
Nine nominations at four financial regulators, including those implementing Dodd-Frank legislation, are more likely to move forward with the rule change, said Bloomberg Government analyst Cady North.
gov and Federal Business Opportunities, and to databases, such as those from Bloomberg Government and ProQuest Dialog, for help in finding statistics on government spending and specific contract award data.
Energy Information Administration, told a Bloomberg Government lunch in Washington.