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Agency Spending by the Numbers

Federal News Radio and Govini have partnered up to bring you the latest information on agency acquisition spending. Each month, we will choose a different agency and take an in-depth look at its spending habits. All of the numbers, trends and patterns in the following charts are based on publicly-available data that Govini ingests and runs through its analysis tools.

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Federal News Radio and Govini have partnered up to bring you the latest information on agency acquisition spending.

What products and services are agencies buying? How much are they paying for them? And, who are they buying from?

While significant amounts of public data is available to help answer these questions, that data is not always found in easily digestible formats.

Federal News Radio and Govini aim to make this information more useful and easy to understand for agencies and vendors alike.

Each month, we will choose a different agency and take an in-depth look at its spending habits through various charts and graphics.

If there is a specific agency you would like to learn more about, please email Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller.

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HHS Opportunity Analysis
These two charts depict overall spending from 2011-2014 and forecasted opportunities at the Department of Health and Human Services.

Overall spending is the total sum of contract obligations recorded during a fiscal year for HHS. The blue bar represents the total spend for the trailing 12 months, ending May 31, 2014.

In the second chart, forecasted opportunities represent existing IDIQ, BOA and BPA contracts which have a high recompete potential upon expiration.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
HHS Sub-Agency Analysis
This chart depicts HHS's top five sub-agencies organized by overall spend over the past several years.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
HHS Products and Services Analysis
These two charts depict the amount of money spent by HHS based on Product Service Categories and Codes.

Product Service Categories are used to classify the types of products or services procured by agencies. The highest level of this classification describes the agency's activity.

From 2011-2013, HHS spent most of its money on Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Equipment and Support.

Product Service Codes offer additional detail on procured goods and services. The chart on the right depicts the top PSC codes under which products were procured by HHS during the past 12 months, ending May 31, 2014.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
HHS Vendor Analysis
This chart depicts significant vendors HHS spent money with from FY 2011-2013, and in the last 12 months.

In the chart to the left, vendors are sized according to their captured revenue with HHS. Top vendors and other notables are shaded gray. Blue circles represent all other vendors who have contracted with HHS during the same time frame.

The chart on the right visualizes captured revenue from the 10 vendors HHS spent the most money with in the past 12 months, ending May 31, 2014. Captured revenue consists of any prime obligation that occurred during this time, including purchase orders and delivery orders.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
HHS Preference Analysis
This chart depicts the portion of HHS's spend that went to vendors meeting specific socio-economic criteria over the past several years.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
HHS Contract Analysis
The tables included in this chart provide details on HHS's top contracts.

The first table includes contracts that had significant spend against them in the last 12 months, ending May 31, 2014.

The second table provides details on contracts signed in the last 12 months that have significant ceiling amounts.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Opportunity Analysis
These two charts depict overall spending from 2011-2014 and forecasted opportunities at the Treasury Department.

Overall spending is the total sum of contract obligations recorded during a fiscal year for Treasury. The blue bar represents the total spend for the trailing twelve months ending March 31, 2014.

In the second chart, forecasted opportunities represent existing IDIQ, BOA and BPA contracts which have a high recompete potential upon expiration.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Sub-Agency Analysis
This chart depicts the Treasury Department's top five sub-agencies organized by overall spend over the past several years.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Products and Services Analysis
These two charts depict the amount of money spent by the Treasury Department based on Product Service Categories and Codes.

Product Service Categories are used to classify the types of products or services procured by agencies.

From 2011-2013, the Treasury Department spent most of its money on Ores, Minerals and Primary Products.

Product Service Codes offer additional detail on procured goods and services. The chart on the right depicts the top PSC codes under which products were procured by Treasury during the past 12 months.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Vendor Analysis
This chart depicts significant vendors the Treasury Department spent money from FY 2011-2013, and in the last 12 months.

In the chart to the left, top vendors and other notables are shaded gray. Blue circles represent all other vendors who have contracted with Treasury during the same time frame.

The chart on the right visualizes captured revenue from the 10 vendors Treasury spent the most money with in the past 12 months. Captured revenue consists of any prime obligation that occurred during this time including purchase orders and delivery orders.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Preference Analysis
This chart depicts the portion of the Treasury Department's spend that went to vendors meeting specific socio-economic criteria over the past several years.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
Treasury Contract Analysis
The tables included in this chart provide details on the Treasury Department's top contracts.

The first table includes contracts that had significant spend against them in the last 12 months.

The second table provides details on contracts signed in the last 12 months that have significant ceiling amounts.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
USAID Opportunity Analysis
These two charts depict overall spending from 2011-2014 and forecasted opportunities at the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Overall spending is the total sum of contract obligations recorded during a fiscal year for USAID. The blue bar represents the total spend for the trailing twelve months ending March 1, 2014.

In the second chart, forecasted opportunities represent existing IDIQ, BOA and BPA contracts which have a high recompete potential upon expiration.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
USAID Products and Services Analysis
These two charts depict the amount of money spent by the U.S. Agency for International Development based on Product Service Codes.

Product Service Codes are used to classify the types of products or services procured by agencies.

From 2011-2013, the U.S. Agency for International Development spent most of its money on Professional, Administrative, and Management Support services.

The chart on the right breaks down that particular PSC code, R, in greater detail.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
USAID Vendor Analysis
This chart depicts significant vendors the U.S. Agency for International Development spent money with in FY 2011-2013, and in the last 12 months.

In the chart to the left, top vendors and other notables are shaded gray. Blue circles represent all other vendors who have contracted with USAID during the same time frame.

The chart on the right visualizes captured revenue from the 10 vendors USAID spent the most money with in the past 12 months.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
USAID Preference Analysis
This chart depicts the portion of the U.S. Agency for International Development's spend that went to vendors meeting specific socio-economic criteria over the past several years.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
USAID Contract Analysis
The tables included in this chart provide details on the U.S. Agency for International Development's top contracts.

The first table includes contracts that had significant spend against them in the last 12 months.

The second table provides details on contracts signed in the last 12 months that have significant ceiling amounts.

Click on the image to view an enlarged version of the chart.

(Graphic: Govini)
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