US Department of Homeland Security Budget Proposal for FY2018

An Assessment of Intended Spending, Trends, Opportunities and Forecast to 2021

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The first budget under the Trump administration, which includes the fiscal year 2018 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget request highlighted within this research service, has been published. The DHS request is notably higher than that of 2017, and it may encounter opposition from both sides of the political aisle. The study details the agencies that offer the best opportunities for companies trying to enter the homeland security market. It includes market drivers and restraints that shed light on some budget numbers and the importance being placed on certain projects and programs. The research service also assists in understanding the government’s focus and the services it is likely require in future.

Research Scope:

This research service examines President Trump’s DHS budget request for 2018. It highlights some of the agencies that offer the best opportunities for growth and penetration into the DHS market. Cited funding data reflects only those funds assigned for discretionary spending and does not include mandatory fees. All years in this document refer to government fiscal years and not calendar years. Market share and competitive analysis for this study are based on the government contract obligations distributed in 2016. The base year is 2016 as it was the last year complete contract data was published. Over 240 companies received contract obligations of more than $10 million from the DHS in 2016; therefore, a list of “other” companies is not included in this study. The competitive analysis focuses on the overall top 10 companies for DHS, and it highlights the top 5 for each fully detailed agency or division. The budget request is subject to variances and changes until Congress actually passes the bill enacting the budget. Several DHS agencies will not be reviewed in detail because most of their discretionary spending is dedicated to salaries and operating expenses (for example, most of FEMA’s expenditure is for disaster relief, which is not allocated until a catastrophic event occurs). On the other hand, any significant findings associated with the agencies not fully reviewed are discussed under the key findings portion of the study.

Questions answered by this study include the following:

•     How has the DHS budget changed from 2017 to 2018?
•     In relation to the 2018 funding request, which DHS agencies offer the most appealing opportunities for growth?
•     What are some of the programs for which DHS agencies have requested funding?
•     Which companies are capturing the largest overall market share?
•     Will DHS spending rise or fall over the next 4 years?
•     What type of companies are obtaining the most profitable contracts awarded by the DHS?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Market Engineering Measurements
CEO’s Perspective
2. Budget Request Overview
Budget Overview Definitions
Market Segmentation
3. Drivers and Restraints—Total DHS Market
Market Drivers
Drivers Explained
Market Restraints
Restraints Explained
4. Forecasts and Trends—Total DHS Market
Market Engineering Measurements
Forecast Assumptions
Total DHS Market—Spending Forecast
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total DHS Market
Market Share
Market Share Analysis—Computer Sciences Corporation
Market Share Analysis—Lockheed Martin
Market Share Analysis—Bollinger Shipyards Inc.
Market Share Analysis—Securitas AB
Market Share Analysis—SAIC
Market Share Analysis—General Dynamics
Market Share Analysis—Unisys
Market Share Analysis—IBM
Market Share Analysis—PAE Holding Corp
Market Share Analysis—GEO Group Inc.
6. Competitive Environment
Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity 1—Drones for All
Growth Opportunity 2—High-reliability Biometrics
Growth Opportunity 3—Counter Drone Mechanisms
Strategic Imperatives for DHS Market Providers
7. CBP Segment Breakdown
CBP Segment—Key Findings
CBP Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
CBP Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
8. DNDO Segment Breakdown
DNDO Segment Key Findings
DNDO Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
DNDO Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
9. FEMA Segment Breakdown
FEMA Segment Key Findings
FEMA Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
FEMA Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
10. ICE Segment Breakdown
ICE Segment Key Findings
ICE Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
ICE Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
11. NPPD Segment Breakdown
NPPD Segment Key Findings
NPPD Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
NPPD Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
12. S&T Segment Breakdown
S&T Segment Key Findings
S&T Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
Market Share
Competitive Environment
13. TSA Segment Breakdown
TSA Segment—Key Findings
TSA Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
TSA Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
14. USCG Segment Breakdown
USCG Segment Key Findings
USCG Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
USCG Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
15. USSS Segment Breakdown
USSS Segment Key Findings
USSS Segment—Funding Request Breakdown
USSS Segment—Top Programs/Projects
Market Share
Competitive Environment
16. The Last Word
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
17. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology
List of Exhibits

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Total DHS Market: Agencies Reviewed and Omitted, US, 2016
2. Total DHS Market: Key Market Drivers, US, 2017–2021
3. Total DHS Market: Key Market Restraints, US, 2017–2021
4. Total DHS Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
5. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by CSC Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
6. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by Lockheed Martin Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
7. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by Securitas AB Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
8. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by SAIC Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
9. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by General Dynamics Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
10. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by IBM Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
11. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by PAE Holding Corp Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
12. Total DHS Market: Contract Obligations Obtained by GEO Group Inc. Broken Down by Agency, US, 2016
13. Total DHS Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
14. CBP Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
15. CPB Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
16. CBP Segment: Government Contract Obligations
17. by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
18. CBP Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
19. DNDO Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
20. DNDO Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
21. DNDO Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
22. DNDO Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
23. FEMA Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
24. FEMA Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
25. FEMA Segment: Government Contract Obligations
26. by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
27. FEMA Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
28. ICE Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
29. ICE Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
30. ICE Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
31. ICE Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
32. NPPD Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
33. NPPD Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
34. NPPD Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
35. NPPD Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
36. S&T Segment: Funding by Appropriations US, 2016–2018
37. S&T Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
38. S&T Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
39. S&T Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
40. TSA Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
41. TSA Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
42. TSA Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
43. TSA Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
44. USCG Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
45. USCG Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
46. USCG Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
47. USCG Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016
48. USSS Segment: Funding by Appropriations, US, 2016–2018
49. USSS Segment: Funding Request by Top Programs/Projects, US, 2016
50. USSS Segment: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services Purchased, US, 2016
51. USSS Segment: Competitive Structure, US, 2016


1. Total DHS Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2016
2. Total DHS Market: Percent Budget Request Breakdown, US, 2016
3. Total DH Market: Spending Forecast, US, 2016–2021
4. Total DHS Market: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Agency, US, 2016
5. Total DHS Market: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
6. Total DHS Market: Government Contract Obligations by Top 10 Services, US, 2016
7. Total DHS Market: Percent of CSC Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
8. Total DHS Market: Percent of Lockheed Martin Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
9. Total DHS Market: Percent of Securitas AB Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
10. Total DHS Market: Percent of SAIC Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
11. Total DHS Market: Percent of General Dynamics Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
12. Total DHS Market: Percent of IBM Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
13. Total DHS Market: Percent of PAE Holding Corp Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
14. Total DHS Market: Percent of GEO Group Inc. Contract Obligations Breakdown by Service, US, 2016
15. CBP Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
16. CBP Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company US, 2016
17. CBP Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Office US, 2016
18. DNDO Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
19. DNDO Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
20. FEMA Segment: Disaster Declarations, US, 2016
21. FEMA Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
22. FEMA Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
23. FEMA Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Office US, 2016
24. ICE Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
25. ICE Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
26. ICE Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Office, US, 2016
27. NPPD Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
28. NPPD Segment: Government Contract Obligation Distributed by Company, US, 2016
29. S&T Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
30. S&T Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
31. TSA Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
32. TSA Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
33. USCG Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
34. USCG Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016
35. USSS Segment: Percent Funding Breakdown by Appropriations, US, 2016
36. USSS Segment: Government Contract Obligations Distributed by Company, US, 2016



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