DHS is the third-largest U.S. federal department, with more than xxx,xxx employees and an annual budget of more than $xx billion. All years in this study will refer to government fiscal years and not calendar years. The enclosed research reviews the U.S. 2012 budget request for DHS. Allocations will be reviewed for salaries, expenses, administration, acquisition, construction, and additional services required for each of its agencies to accomplish their individual missions.
Research was conducted from September to November 2011 and used President Obama's 2012 budget request as the basis for current and past funding. Values may change as the U.S. government had yet to pass a 2011 appropriations bill and remained operating under a continuing resolution. For the purposes of this research, spending is defined as the amounts awarded to companies through federal government contracts. However, the reader should keep in mind these awards are often spread out over several years.
The base year for actual spending used for this research is 2010, as that was the last complete year published for spending and contract information. Due to the extensive list of companies contracted by DHS and its agencies, a list of "other" companies will not be included in this research. However, a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis will be included for the overall top four, and the market share analysis for each major agency will identify top companies supporting its individual mission.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is the third-largest U.S. federal department, with more than 200,000 employees. The research enclosed will review its fiscal year 2012 budget request and how funds will be distributed among its support agencies. The writer also reviews funding forecasts out to 2016 for the individual agencies, highlights major competitors that have an impact within each segment, and identifies possibilities for growth. Finally, the analyst will present current and future challenges that affect government funding and market participant opportunity.
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