Chugach Alaska Corporation (CAC) is honored to be ranked in Bloomberg Government’s ninth annual BGOV200. This listing of Federal Industry Leaders ranks the top 200 federal contractors based on fiscal year 2019 data for unclassified, prime contracts awarded across all U.S. federal government agencies. Bloomberg Government’s analysis finds that federal government spending reached a new high in fiscal 2019: $597 billion. This represents the fourth straight year of federal contract spending growth, up from $442 billion in fiscal 2015.

As the federal division of CAC, Chugach Government Solutions, LLC (CGS), and its subsidiaries offer small business flexibility and 8(a) eligibility, coupled with industry-leading techniques, process and innovation. CGS delivers uncompromising quality at a fair price. CGS provides the government with facilities management and maintenance, construction, technical services, and education services. We seek consistency in quality and actively innovate, finding new ways of doing business that add value to our government customers.

“Rising 11 slots to 118 shows the strategic and sustainable growth CGS is committed to for our Chugach Alaskan Native shareholders. Our employees’ integrity and focus on quality, positions us to compete successfully in federal markets,” said Tim “Hoops” Hopper, CGS President. “Our inclusion in this prestigious list verifies our commitment to our customer and continued success in our journey to digital transformation.”

The BGOV200 combines rich data and insightful analysis to explore the contract dynamics of the past year at 92 agencies and departments across 20 different purchasing categories. Bloomberg Government forecasts fiscal 2020 spending obligations could top $600 billion once spending ends for the year in September 2020, which would be a record high. The top markets that are likely to see continued growth in fiscal 2020 based on BGOV forecasts are facilities and construction ($118 billion), professional services ($81 billion), and information technology ($74 billion).

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