NAICS 611430Professional and Management DevelopmentTrainingGovernment Contract and Procurement Analysis ReportThis report ...
 Professional development training federal government contracts  Quality assurance training federal government contra...
Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*WHO WINS THE CONTRACTS?According to the Central Contractor Registry (CCR), there ...
Booz Allen Hamilton achieves the top spot on the unrestricted competition list, with close to $306.5million in contract do...
Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*WHERE ARE THESE CONTRACTS PERFORMED?These contracts are being performed across th...
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NAICS 611430 - Professional and Management Development Training

NAICS Code 611430 Industry Report - Identify current and future Professional and Management Development Training opportunities to win government contracts
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NAICS 611430Professional and Management DevelopmentTrainingGovernment Contract and Procurement Analysis ReportThis report takes an in-depth look at the Professional and Management Development Trainingindustry, NAICS 611430. epipelines Contract History Plus* provides you with a broad context andseveral perspectives that enable you to develop the best positioning and strategy for your company tomore effectively compete for government contracts. The following graph illustrates one suchperspective: the top Government departments/agencies buying these services over the last four fiscalyears.WHAT IS NAICS 611430?NAICS 611430 encompasses organizations primarily engaged in offering an array ofshort duration courses and seminars for management and professional development.Training for career development may be provided directly to individuals or throughemployers training programs; and courses may be customized or modified to meet thespecial needs of customers. Instruction may be provided in diverse settings, such as theestablishments or clients training facilities, educational institutions, the workplace, orthe home, and through diverse means, such as correspondence, television, the Internet,or other electronic and distance-learning methods. The training provided by theseestablishments may include the use of simulators and simulation methods.The description of NAICS 611430is further broken out to include these additionalspecific topics:  Management development training federal government contracts
  • 2.  Professional development training federal government contracts  Quality assurance training federal government contractsPlease be aware that advising clients on human resource and training issues without providing thetraining is classified in U.S. Industry 541612, Human Resources Consulting Services. Offeringacademic degrees (e.g., baccalaureate, graduate level)--are classified in Industry 611310, Colleges,Universities, and Professional Schools.The size standard associated with NAICS 611430 is $7.0 Million (effective November 5, 2010), whichmeans that a company, including its affiliates, would be considered a "small business" if their averageannual gross receipts does not exceed $7.0 Million for the past three years.Total reported spending under NAICS 611430 for the period of Fiscal Year 2007 (FY07) through FiscalYear 2011 (FY11) was over $3.9 billion. FY11 reported spending of more than $16 million for servicesunder NAICS 611430. The chart below illustrates the reported** spending by year for FY07 throughFY11. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*** Note: it is possible that some Defense spending for the more recent fiscal years (FY06 to present) isnot as widely reported as earlier years. These numbers will likely increase as more departments andagencies report their current and historic contract spending.WHO ISSUES THE CONTRACTS?The Office of Personnel Management was the largest procurer for these services for the last five fiscalyears (FY07 through FY11), with over $1.1 billion in contract spending, comprising over 29% of themarket share for NAICS 611430. The Department of the Army took the second spot, with over $549million in reported spending for this period. The Federal Aviation Administration and the Agency forInternational Development took third and fourth places, respectively, making up a combined marketshare of 16.30% for all spending in NAICS 611430.The Transportation Security Administration and the Department of the Air Force spent $242.6 and$226.9 million respectively during this time period with the rest of the top ten reporting spending justunder $525.5 million for NAICS 611430.
  • 3. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*WHO WINS THE CONTRACTS?According to the Central Contractor Registry (CCR), there are 14,355 companies registered underNAICS 611430 (source: active registrants, www.ccr.gov as of 2/9/2011). Of this number, 11,044 qualifyas small businesses, which includes the following breakout by socioeconomic categories (somecompanies may qualify under more than one category):  801 SBA Certified 8(a) contractors;  260 SBA Certified HUBZone contractors; and  1808 Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB).NOTE, the CCR website states, "As of the July 30, 2008 release (4.08.2), CCR-registered vendors mayelect not to display their registration in the CCR/FedReg Public Search." This could mean that there aremore active contractors registered with the CCR than the resulting totals above represent.The two charts below identify the top 10 Companies, by market share, for the period of FY07 throughFY11. The first chart represents the top 10 companies that were awarded their contracts under ANYtype of competition, whether it was full and open, small business set-aside, sole-sourced, etc. This listprimarily consists of large businesses. The second chart, however, lists the top 10 companies that wontheir contracts under RESTRICTED competition. Specifically, epipeline limited this to those contractsawarded under the acquisition strategies listed below. The contract dollars represented on this secondchart may not include all contract dollars for the individual contractor.  8(a) Competed  8(a) Small Disadvantaged (SDB) set-aside  8(a) sole-source  SDB set-aside  SDB, 8(a) with HUBZone  Combination HUBZone and 8(a)  HUBZone set-aside  HUBZone sole-source  Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside  SDVOSB sole-source  Emerging Small Business set-aside  Very Small Business set-aside  Reserved for Small Businesses ($2501 to $100,000)  Total Small Business set-aside
  • 4. Booz Allen Hamilton achieves the top spot on the unrestricted competition list, with close to $306.5million in contract dollars for FY07 to FY11 and nearly 8.5% of the market share. Raytheon TechnicalServices landed $258.3 million in contract dollars with Development Alternatives earning slightly over$233.4 million. Lockheed Martin Technical Services and Document And Packaging Brokers Inc roundout the top five with $231.3 million and $210.1 million, respectively. Four additional firms,International Business Machines, Washington Consulting Inc, Sra International and CommunicationTechnologies Inc, each topped $100 million in contracting dollars for the same time period.PLEASE NOTE: as this is a listing by Company name, rather than PARENT company, somecompanies may have more than one ranking, which may not be reflected in the chart below. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*The combined contract spending for contracts awarded under "restricted competition," as outlinedabove, totaled over $286 million for FY07 through FY11. Echota Technologies Corporation takes thetop spot, with reported spending of over $33 million for this period, or 11.57% of market share.Chenega Global Services, LLC also secured over $25.7 million in contracting dollars for this timeperiod. Another firm in the top ten, Arctic Slope Technical Services Inc, also exceeded $20 million inreported spending for NAICS 611430.PLEASE NOTE: as this is a listing by Company name, rather than PARENT company, somecompanies may have more than one ranking, which may not reflected in the chart below. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*HOW ARE THESE CONTRACTS PROCURED?Almost 90% of contract spending reported for the FY07 through FY11 timeframe under NAICS 611430used full and open (unrestricted aka "N/A") competition. This equated to over $3.5 billion. Contractsthat did not indicate their acquisition strategy (which means they could represent any acquisitionstrategy) reported contract spending of more than $99.6 million. Contracts that were small business set-aside reported spending of over $48.5 million. The combined value of contracts representing all otheracquisition strategies was over $253.5 million, or approximately 6.23% of the market.
  • 5. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*WHERE ARE THESE CONTRACTS PERFORMED?These contracts are being performed across the continental United States and abroad. The 50 states plusWashington, DC have reported spending for the FY07 through FY11 period of $3.56 billion andcontracts for locations outside the United States (or unlisted) totaled approximately $361.9 million.The highest total of reported contract spending is reported for Virginia, with $1.8 billion. Maryland($454 million) and Alabama ($202 million) took the second and third spots. Together, the top five statesrepresent 71.31% of market under NAICS 611430. Besides those in the top ten, an additional 12 statesreported at least $10 million for NAICS 611430 during this time period. Source: epipelines Contract History Plus*