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  • 01/13/11 © 2010
  • FED: Total homeland security spending = $72.5B (FY11 request). Excluding Salaries and Expenses, the addressable homeland security request for FY11 is $64.4B. But if we assume the contracting in DHS as a percent of total spending is similar across all Homeland security areas, then we are left with out 33% S&L: Total homeland security = $4B in grants (FY11 request) +$1.2B in state funding = $5.2B . Primary grant programs: The State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) - supports efforts to meet national preparedness/incident management/and response plans, now includes Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program which focuses on supporting terrorism prevention activities…fusion centers Urban Area Security Initiative Grant Program (UASI) - money allocated to “high risk..urban” areas. Focuses on UNIQUE planning, equipment, training, and exercise programs….helps agencies prevent, protect, respond, and recover from acts of terrorism The Citizen Corps Program - supports efforts to bring community involvement in preparing/responding to disasters. The Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) - supports efforts to respond to mass casualty incidents…i.e. bombs/disease outbreaks/natural disasters Operation Stonegarden (OPSG) –for local and tribal governments State Homeland Security Program - Tribal (SHSP Tribal) Port Security Grant Program - used for the protection of critical infrastructure from terrorism. Can be used to Enhance maritime domain awareness, enhancing risk management capabilities, training and exercises, and development and implementation of the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) program. 12 states and DC had FY2011 budgets totaling $1.2 billion listed specifically for Homeland Security Departments Alabama ($356K), Connecticut ($3.8M), Delaware ($4.3M), DC ($198M), Indiana ($63M), Iowa ($2M), Kentucky ($23M), Michigan ($62M), Mississippi ($170K), New Mexico ($35M), New York ($833M), Ohio ($5.7M), West Virginia ($3.3M) Tribal and private owners share in select grants that are included in the $5.2B S&L total. 01/13/11 © 2010 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • OMB reports homeland security in two sets of categories. The set depicted in the chart above is how initiatives are categorized in the OMB budget request document, “Appendix: Homeland Security Mission Funding by Agency and Budget Account.” In previous years, this categorization correlated to the Homeland Security Funding Analysis categories provided in the Analyst Perspectives section of the budget request. For FY11, they created a second set of categories under which the set above fall, however there’s no direct guidance on where items in set 1 fall into set 2. FY11 HS categories: Prevent and Disrupt Terrorist Attacks, Protect the American People, Our Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources, and Respond to and Recover From Incidents. 01/13/11 © 2010 Deltek, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • These figures exclude personnel costs (salaries and expenses, military personnel, retired pay, health fund contributions, etc.), as well as DC government spending which is also included in OMB’s HS budget release. YOY change : DHS: -3% for FY10-11 (FY11 request down $645M) State: 29% increase from FY10-11 primarily for Diplomatic and Consular Programs in the Admin. of Foreign Affairs GSA: Most of their BTS funding was ARRA so that accounts for the 43% drop from FY10-11 Energy: 30% increase all for NNSA Weapons Activities DOT: 3% increase; small increase for FAA Facilities and Equipment Commerce: 60% drop related to Census. DOL: No change. 01/13/11 Confidential & Proprietary For Internal Use Only
  • Kevin Plexico presentation

    1. 1. Border and Transportation Security (BTS) Market Perspectives Kevin Plexico Senior Vice President INPUT January 13, 2011
    2. 2. Homeland Security Funding Ecosystem $1.2B State Funding Source: President’s Budget for FY 2011, INPUT, 12 State budgets
    3. 3. FY11 Homeland Security Budget Request Approximately 43% of total Homeland Security funding goes to Border and Transportation Security
    4. 4. Border and Transportation Security Spending by Agency Source: OMB, INPUT Excludes District of Columbia Spending, funding for personnel expenses, and transfers for BioShield Includes supplemental spending, such as ARRA
    5. 5. Large Portion of DHS Budget for IT 15 cents of every dollar spent at DHS is for IT Source: President’s Budget, FY 2011, INPUT
    6. 6. Concluding Observations <ul><li>Although still important, BTS has dropped down the priority list, behind the economy and healthcare </li></ul><ul><li>BTS is heavily dependent on people – focus on hiring agents and guards </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Employment level in DHS is growing 25% faster than the rest of government </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Funding pattern has shifted from high growth to flat </li></ul><ul><li>BTS needs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Capability to cover more with fewer people or automate current processes </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Are dual-purpose (ie, can be leverage across agencies) and commercialized) </li></ul></ul>