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Industrial Base Implications of the FY13 Budget

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Industrial Base Implications of the FY13 Budget

  1. 1. Industrial Base Implications of the FY13 Defense Budget David J. Berteau Brett Lambert Byron Callan Director, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Director,CSIS International Security Manufacturing and Industrial Base Capital Alpha Partners, LLC Program Policy
  2. 2. Department of Defense Budget, 2001-2017 $800 $725 $715 $727 $711 $673 $659 $700 $615 $614 $579 $569 $523 $524 $522 $522 $600 $559 $171 $156 $164 $117 $89Constant 2013 $ billions $203 ? ? ? ? $456 $186 $551 $555 $547 $541 $500 $93 $112 $90 $133 $521 $525 $523 $524 $522 $522 $429 $22 $475 $472 $483 $18 $467 $466 $400 $434 $403 $300 FY 2013 Request $200 FY 2012 Enacted $100 FY 2001 – 2011 Actual $0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Note: Numbers may not add due to rounding Source: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  3. 3. Base Budget Authority $600 FY 2012 Enacted FY 2013 Request RDT&E $500 $71.3 -2.8% $69.4 Procurement -5.5% $400 $104.5 $98.8 $300 O&M +5.9% $208.8 $197.2 $200 Military -4.7% $100 Personnel $135.1 $141.8 -14.9% $0 Other $15.7 $13.3Note: Numbers may not add due to roundingSource: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  4. 4. Total Budget Authority (Base + OCO) $700 FY 2012 Enacted FY 2013 Request RDT&E $600 $71.9 -3.1% $69.7 Procurement $500 $120.6 -10% $108.5 $400 O&M $300 $284.0 -4% $272.7 $200 Military $100 Personnel $149.2 -2.6% $153.1 $0 Other $16.1 -14.1% $13.8Note: Numbers may not add due to roundingSource: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  5. 5. Share of Budget vs. Share of Cuts100% RDT&E 7% 11%90% Procurement80% 18% 38%70%60%50% 44% O&M40% 35%30%20% Military 24% Personnel 12%10% 2% Other 7% 0%Note: Numbers may not add due to roundingSource: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  6. 6. Total Budget Authority (Base + OCO) $700 FY 2012 Enacted FY 2013 Request $600 Air Force $161.7 -4.5% $154.3 $500 $400 Army $201.4 -8.3% $184.6 $300 Navy $200 $172.5 $170.1 -1.4% $100 Defense-Wide -4.8% $104.8 $110.1 $0Note: Numbers may not add due to roundingSource: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  7. 7. Share of Budget vs. Share of Cuts100%90% 23% 25% Air Force80%70%60% 30% Army50% 53%40%30% 28% Navy20% 7%10% 17% Defense-Wide 17% 0%Note: Numbers may not add due to roundingSource: Department of Defense, FY 2013 Budget Request Overview Book, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), February 2012
  8. 8. Cuts, Consolidations and Savings Terminations Program Restructuring Retirements Global Hawk Block 30 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter KC-135 Tanker Defense Weather Satellite System SSBN(X) Ohio-class Replacement C-27J Joint Cargo Aircraft C-130J Super Hercules Littoral Combat Ship HMMWV Recapitalization C-27 Spartan V-22 Osprey C-130 AMP Cruiser Modernization P-8A Poseidon C-5A Galaxy Program Joint Air-to-Ground Missile CVN-79 Ford-class Aircraft Carrier RC-26 Metroliner Sea-Based X-Band Radar JLENS (Cruise missile defense sensor) Light Attack and Armed Landing Ship, Dock (LSD) Reconnaissance Aircraft Ground Combat Vehicle Joint High Speed Vessel Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles CG CruisersSource: Office of Management and Budget, FY 2013 Budget of the U.S. Government: Cuts, Consolidations and Savings.
  9. 9. Industrial Base Implications of the FY13 Defense Budget David J. Berteau Brett Lambert Byron Callan Director, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Director,CSIS International Security Manufacturing and Industrial Base Capital Alpha Partners, LLC Program Policy

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