Homeland Security Funding


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Governemment Technology & Services Coalition CEO Kristina Tanasichuk presented on Homeland Security Funding at the APMP-NCA Mid-Atlantic Proposal Conference & Expo in October 2013.

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Homeland Security Funding

  2. 2. GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY & SERVICES COALITION >>Non-profit, non-partisan >>501 (c)6 >>Companies up to $1 billion working with DHS, DOD, ODNI, DOJ, DOS >>Companies over $1 billion join as mentors >>Companies $15 million+ are in Lion’s Den >>140 members – about 20 in Lion’s Den www.GTSCoalition.com
  3. 3. MISSION OF GTSC Our vision is to support and assist our government partners to achieve their critical homeland and national security missions with the highest integrity; best and most innovative technologies and services; and results-based, quality products and services to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover form any terrorist attack or natural disaster. The GTSC’s mission is to provide exceptional advocacy, capacity building, partnership opportunities and marketing in the Federal security space for small and mid-sized companies. www.GTSCoalition.com “Working together to improve the Federal homeland & national security market.”
  4. 4. HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDING OBJECTIVES: Understand homeland security funding Deeper understanding of how DHS spends these funds ANYTHING YOU’D LIKE TO ADD? www.GTSCoalition.com
  5. 5. HOMELAND SECURITY DEFINED Homeland security is defined as those activities that detect, deter, protect against, and respond to terrorist acts occurring within the United States and its territories. This includes: counterterrorism efforts, protection of civilians and critical infrastructure and assets, and emergency preparedness and response. www.GTSCoalition.com
  6. 6. NATIONAL STRATEGY Priorities and funding are based on the National Strategy for Homeland Security re-issued in 2007 FULL REPORT IS AVAILABLE AT: http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/nat_strat_homelandsecurity_2007.pdf
  7. 7. HOMELAND SECURITY TRENDS Funding For Homeland Security Grew Substantially For Much Of The Past Decade But Has Recently Declined • Funding for homeland security has dropped somewhat from its 2009 peak of $76 billion, in inflation-adjusted terms; funding for 2012 totaled $68 billion. • Pre-9/11, the U.S. spent $12.1 billion • The allocation of homeland security funding among the various federal agencies has remained relatively constant since 2005. Source: Congressional Budget Office
  8. 8. FOUR STRATEGIC GOALS Homeland Security Funding Is Organized To Meet Four Strategic Goals outlined in the National Strategy for Homeland Security: 1. 2. 3. 4. Prevent and disrupt terrorist attacks; (48%) Protect the American people, critical infrastructure, and key resources; (43%) Respond to and recover from incidents; (9%)and Continue to strengthen the homeland security foundation. (The fourth goal is very broad and does not receive explicit funding.) Source: Congressional Budget Office
  9. 9. HOMELAND MISSION AREAS The National Strategy identified six specific homeland security missions derived from those strategic goals. • • • • • • Border and transportation Protecting critical infrastructure and key assets Emergency preparedness and response Domestic counterterrorism Defending against catastrophic threats Intelligence and warning Source: Congressional Budget Office
  10. 10. HOMELAND SECURITY ALLOCATIONS Although every Cabinet-level department receives homeland security funding, approximately 90 percent of the requested funding would be allocated to four departments: • Department of Homeland Security (DHS— $35.5 billion, or 52 percent of the total homeland security request); • Department of Defense (DoD—$17.9 billion, or 26 percent); • Department of Health and Human Services (HHS—$4.1 billion or 6 percent); and • Department of Justice (DOJ—$4.0 billion or 6 percent). Source: Congressional Budget Office
  11. 11. CREATING HOMELAND SECURITY Many “homeland security” Activities existed long before DHS:  Border Patrol  Coast Guard  Secret Service  ATF Source: Government Executive
  12. 12. FUNDING BY DEPARTMENT PRE-9/11 Source: Government Executive
  13. 13. FUNDING BY DEPARTMENT Source: Government Executive
  15. 15. APPROPRIATIONS Source: Government Executive
  16. 16. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Although every department receives homeland security funding, DHS receives the most – around 50% of all funding. Source: Government Executive, March 2003
  17. 17. DHS’ CREATION DHS was created over a decade ago and combined 22 agencies with varying functions and missions. Source: Government Executive, March 2003
  19. 19. DHS AGENCIES Funding for DHS spans all six homeland security missions, but the majority of that funding is for border and transportation security, accounting for almost 70 percent of the department. Four DHS agencies—Customs and Border Protection, the Transportation Security Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Coast Guard—are designated to receive almost all of the funds in support of that mission. www.GTSCoalition.com
  20. 20. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Because of laws, policies, and custom, the military’s involvement in domestic operations and law enforcement is limited.  DoD and the military services tend to focus their homeland security efforts on protecting infrastructure that is essential for U.S. military operations from terrorist attack and preparing to help civil authorities if asked.  Almost 80 percent of DoD’s homeland security funding would be for either military personnel or operation and maintenance. Source: Congressional Budget Office
  21. 21. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES HHS receives much less homeland security funding than DHS and DoD. However, funding for HHS supports the missions of:  defending against catastrophic threats (mainly developing medical countermeasures against biological, chemical, or radiological weapons)  emergency preparedness and response (mainly providing medical supplies, equipment, and personnel in order to respond to a catastrophic health event). Source: Congressional Budget Office
  22. 22. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DOJ’s main homeland security mission is counterterrorism, primarily conducted by the FBI, whose mission is to investigate major threats to the United States. Source: Congressional Budget Office
  23. 23. QUESTIONS? Kristina Tanasichuk, CEO, GTSC ktanasichuk@gtscoalition.co m www.GTSCoalition.com Follow GTSC! Facebook.com/GTSCoalition Twitter: @GTSCoalition