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US Department of Homeland Security Budget Assessment 2014


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The 2014 funding request for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) indicates a number of program cuts that emphasize the Secretary of Homeland Security’s resolve to lessen the deficit on the department’s behalf. The total discretionary funding request for fiscal year 2014 amounts to an estimated $48.5 billion.

Recent Frost & Sullivan Aerospace and Defense ( analysis finds the DHS 2014 budget request is $1.6 billion less than the 2013 request; however, the U.S. government is still operating under a continuing resolution. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) make up approximately 59 percent of the total 2014 DHS request.

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US Department of Homeland Security Budget Assessment 2014

  1. 1. US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Budget Assessment 2014 The Year of Sequestration NCA1-16 July 2013
  2. 2. 2NCA1-16 Contents Section Slide Numbers Executive Summary 5 DHS Budget Request Overview 9 Total DHS Market - • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints 15 • Forecasts and Trends 22 • Market Share and Competitive Analysis 26 CBP Segment Breakdown 32 FEMA Segment Breakdown 40 Coast Guard Segment Breakdown 48 TSA Segment Breakdown 56 ICE Segment Breakdown 64 NPPD Segment Breakdown 72 Secret Service Segment Breakdown 80 S&T Directorate Segment Breakdown 88
  3. 3. 3NCA1-16 Contents (continued) Section Slide Numbers DNDO Segment Breakdown 96 The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications) 104 Appendix 107
  4. 4. 4NCA1-16 Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective 2 Government efforts to reduce budget deficits continue to cause uncertainty. 3 The cyber-location nexus may drive some convergence of geospatial and cyber security markets. 4 Innovative technologies are key to augment large data processing tasks required by several DHS agencies. 5 Technologies used in the war in Afghanistan may be utilized for border security. 1 Political posturing and maneuvering on immigration legislation may open up new business opportunities. Source: Frost & Sullivan
  5. 5. 5NCA1-16 Budget Overview—Key Questions This Study Will Answer How has the DHS budget changed from 2013 to 2014? Which DHS agencies will receive less funding and which will have funding increases? What programs will DHS focus on and invest in? Are there any new technologies or innovations DHS seeks to employ? Which companies have strong footholds in DHS and which are loosing market share? What political issues directly affect the DHS budget now and in the future? Source: Frost & Sullivan
  6. 6. 6NCA1-16 Drivers and Restraints Total DHS Market: Key Market Drivers and Restraints, US, 2013–2018 Source: Frost & Sullivan Economic challenges and competing national priorities will result in reduced overall DHS funding. Competing fiscal priorities have stagnated the political process, fuelling continuing resolutions. There is no longer a clear and present danger to the homeland as there existed directly after 9-11. 1–2 years 3–4 years 5–6 years Cyber attack aimed at the US will trigger increased emphasis on strengthening infrastructure. Border Security remains an important issue among US government officials. Natural disasters forming from hurricane season, western wildfires, and droughts in the Midwest will continue to feed FEMA spending. MarketDriversMarketRestraints Impact: High Medium Low
  7. 7. 7NCA1-16 For more information: Jennifer Carson Corporate Communications (+1) 210.247.2450