The 'ifs' to ponder for 2021

Source: washingtontechnology.com


Congratulations on getting to the end of 2020 however you got there. Now that we've closed the book on 2020, how about walking through and pondering some of the "if" scenarios and questions that hover over the 2021 government market?


Disagreement and pushback welcome.


If they’re right in saying 2021 is looking a lot like 2020 in the business of government contracting…


Then that implies we likely will not (for the most part) see winners and losers in 2021. The Biden budget blueprint for 2022 will give a glimpse at winners and losers though.


If no one, including many in the public sector ecosystem, believes we are going back to how and where work was done before COVID-19…


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