U.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget

U.S. DHS FY 2011 Budget

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This research services is an assessment of the fiscal year 2011 budget for the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The research service identifies the major market dynamics that are currently influencing growth (drivers and restraints), as well as global trends and threats that are impacting the industry. The research service provides a competitive overview and details for the key industry participants. In addition, the research service contains budget and spending forecasts, relevant program assessments and competitive information for each DHS component agency. The period for the study is 2005 to 2015, with 2009 as the base year. Companies will be able to use this information to highlight opportunities within DHS.

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U.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget, TitleResearch Service TitlePrefaceU.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget, Research Service IntroductionIntroductionExecutive SummaryQuadrennial Homeland Security ReviewQHSR AssessmentU.S. Homeland Security Market DynamicsMarket DynamicsU.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget, U.S. Department of Homeland Security OverviewDepartment OverviewU.S. DHS OverviewU.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget, U.S. DHS Component Agency OverviewsU.S. Customs and Border ProtectionCBP OverviewU.S. Immigration and Customs EnforcementICE OverviewTransportation Security AdministrationTSA OverviewU.S. Coast GuardUSCG OverviewU.S. Secret ServiceUSSS OverviewFederal Emergency Management AgencyFEMA OverviewU.S. Citizenship and Immigration ServicesUSCIS OverviewFederal Law Enforcement Training CenterFLETC OverviewOffice of the SecretaryOFFSEC OverviewU.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2011 Budget, AppendixCompany InformationAbout Frost & Sullivan




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