This report takes an in depth look at the Denver Janitorial industry. Epipeline’s Contract History Plus provides you with a broad context and different perspectives that allows you to develop the best positioning and strategy for your company to more efficiently compete for government contracts.

The following graph illustrates one such perspective: the top Government departments\/agencies buying these services over the last four fiscal years. The size standard associated with NAICS 5617 2 is $16.5 Million, meaning that a company, including its affiliates, will be considered a Small businesses if their average yearly gross receipts doesn’t exceed $16.5 Million for the past 3 years. With two quarters reported, FY08 reported spending of $262 Million for services under DENVER JANITORIAL. These numbers will likely increase as more departments and agencies report their contractable spending. The US Army is the biggest buyer of services under DENVER JANITORIAL, commanding more than 22% of the market share for the last four fiscal years, with more than $714 Million in contract spending.

Some contracts have been allocated under the AbilityOne program and others can have an evaluation preference for this program. Particularly, epipeline limited this to those contracts awarded under the acquisition strategies listed below. The contract dollars represented on this second chart might not include all contract dollars for the individual contractor. Vinnell Brown Root holds the first place in the unrestricted competition list and the only one cracking $100 Million, with $123 Million in contract dollars for FY0Q2FY08 and more than 6.4 percent of the market share. The remaining companies in the top ten, along with other 41 companies all reported spending above $10 Million for the FY04 to Q2FY08 period.

The combined contract spending for contracts awarded under Restricted competition, as outlined above, totaled more than $744 Million for FY04 through Q2FY08. Integrity National Corporation had the highest reported spending with more than $25 Million, or 3.42% of the market share. All reported spending above $20 Million for this period. The remaining companies in the top ten, along another 152 companies exceeded $1 Million in reported spending under Denver Janitorial. Over 49% of the contract dollars spend throughout The FY04 through Q2FY08 interval were awarded with full and open competition. Almost 20% of contracts in those times didn’t report their acquisition strategy.

These contracts may include those awarded using full and open competition, small business set aside, or some other kind of restriction. This accounted for more than $628 Million in contract dollars. Contracts sole sourced to 8 firms over ten percent of the market share. Competitive 8 contracts was considerably less, at $190 Million.