RainKing officially release their Federal IT dataset on April 18th. The new offering covers federal agencies including Defense, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Veteran Affairs, Treasury, Transportation, Agriculture, Commerce, Justice, State, Energy, Social Security Administration, and NASA. Quasi-governmental agencies such as the USPS, Fannie Mae, and Amtrak are also covered.
The 2016 tracked spend hit $76 billion.
“The federal government represents a massive opportunity for software and technology companies to tap into a steadily growing market,” stated RainKing CEO John L. Stanfill. “This new dataset will be valuable in helping our customers quickly identify and connect with the right decision makers across the federal government.”
Profiles span a broad set of governmental and technographic data including
- Org charts which “are equal in depth to the rest of the database, mapping decision makers (executives), influencers, procurement officers, etc.” Org charts span departments, agencies, and sub-agencies.
- Complete profiles and contact information for these individuals
- Current IT budget
- Technologies-in-use and those responsible for them
- Daily investment signals for active projects, RFPs, and upcoming technology investments –including the decision maker for these projects
- Location details for headquarters and other offices within the departments/agencies
- Other relevant department/agency information
“Unlike with other sources of Federal projects and initiatives, RainKing’s intelligence focuses on the actual decision makers and budget holders, not just the government procurement managers,” said the firm.
RainKing maintains a sixty-day editorial review cycle and plans to continue expanding their Federal coverage. The firm currently provides 100,000 Federal, State, Local, and Education decision makers.
“This dataset is different than any other existing solution, because in one view, our clients can not only search for active projects and RFPs, and pinpoint the actual decision makers responsible for those projects, but they can also gain insight into the existing technology environment within the agencies and bureaus. This is immensely valuable from a competitive standpoint,” said Jennifer Kitchen, Chief Content Officer at RainKing.
Customers can purchase the dataset individually or alongside other RainKing files spanning 60,000 global companies and one million executives. They pre-sold over fifty clients.
RainKing has been rapidly growing its company and contact coverage over the past few years. Their editorially-gathered dataset now spans over one million financial decision makers across nearly 60,000 global organizations.