US Department of Homeland Security Budget

FY 2015 Spending Assessment


The fiscal year 2015 Department of Homeland Security budget request is out, and companies seeking new opportunities will be scrutinizing the impact of sequestration. Readers will find interest in how the department’s individual agencies plan to spend 2015 appropriations. As cyber security continues to be the hot topic for government decision makers, opportunity seekers will find Frost & Sullivan’s budget forecast a vital planning tool. Additionally, this new research highlights key programs by the various agencies, which will offer insight into some of the department’s top priorities. Finally, some present and future challenges are included that may have future impact on department spending trends.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsCEO’s PerspectiveBudget Request OverviewBudget Overview DefinitionsBudget Overview Definitions (continued)Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Segmentation Drivers and Restraints—Total DHS MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedForecast and Trends—Total DHS MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsTotal DHS Market—Spending ForecastSpending Forecast DiscussionMarket Share and Competitive Analysis— Total DHS MarketMarket ShareMarket Share (continued)Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Analysis (continued)Market Share Analysis (continued)Market Share Analysis (continued)Competitive EnvironmentCBP Segment BreakdownCBP Segment Key FindingsCBP Segment—Funding Request BreakdownCBP Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)CBP Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentDNDO Segment BreakdownDNDO Segment Key FindingsDNDO Segment—Funding Request BreakdownDNDO Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)DNDO Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentFEMA Segment BreakdownFEMA Segment Key FindingsFEMA Segment—Funding Request BreakdownFEMA Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)FEMA Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentICE Segment BreakdownICE Segment Key FindingsICE Segment—Funding Request BreakdownICE Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)ICE Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentNPPD Segment BreakdownNPPD Segment Key FindingsNPPD Segment—Funding Request BreakdownNPPD Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)NPPD Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentS&T Segment BreakdownS&T Segment Key FindingsS&T Segment—Funding Request BreakdownS&T Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)S&T Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentTSA Segment BreakdownTSA Segment Key FindingsTSA Segment—Funding Request BreakdownTSA Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)TSA Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentUSCG Segment BreakdownUSCG Segment Key FindingsUSCG Segment—Funding Request BreakdownUSCG Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)USCG Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentUSSS Segment BreakdownUSSS Segment Key FindingsUSSS Segment—Funding Request BreakdownUSSS Segment—Funding Request Breakdown (continued)USSS Segment—Top Programs/ProjectsMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next Steps




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