U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis

 

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This research service is an outline of the U.S. Department of Defense Fiscal Year 2008 budget plan. The study summarizes the classifications for government spending. A forecast of future DoD spending is included, as well as areas of expected emphasis and decline. The base year for the financial data included in the research is 2007; the market is forecast from 2008 to 2013.

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U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Executive SummaryOverviewSummarySummary of Major FindingsOverviewU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Research MethodologyScope and ObjectivesScopeMarket Engineering Research MethodologyMethodologyU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Industry Challenges and StrategiesIndustry ChallengesChallengesIndustry StrategiesStrategiesU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, U.S. DoD Budget OverviewDoD Budget ProcessProcessScheduleMarket DriversDriversMarket RestraintsRestraintsMarket TrendsTrendsTechnologies and Services NeededNeedsDoD BudgetBudgetDoD Budget ForecastsForecastCompetitive AnalysisAnalysisU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Army BudgetOverviewBudgetMarket AnalysisAnalysisU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Navy/Marine Corps BudgetOverviewBudgetMarket AnalysisAnalysisU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Air Force BudgetOverviewBudgetAnalysisAnalysisU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Joint Services BudgetOverviewBudgetAnalysisAnalysisU.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis, Decision Support DatabasesDecision Support Databases IOperations and MaintenanceDecision Support Databases IIResearch and DevelopmentDecision Support Databases IIIMilitary PersonnelDecision Support Databases IVMilitary Expenditures




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