California HLS Market as Large as the US Aviation Security Market

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The US “State & Local” HLS markets are $2.7 billion larger than the DHS market

Homeland Security Research Corporation’s (HSRC) latest release, US Homeland Security & Homeland Defense (HLS-HLD) Markets – 2010 – 2014, sheds new light on where to look for HLS-HLD business opportunities. For example, while the Department of Homeland Security is a critical fixture in the HLS-HLD market, it represents only 19% of the total market. The combined state and local market represents 23% of the business opportunities.

California HLS Market vs. the US Aviation Security Market FY 2009 The Consolidated “State and Local” HLS Market and the DHS HLS Market  FY 2009
The report (based on state, county, city and OMB documentation) reveals that:
  • California’s FY2009 HLS market was nearly as large (98%) as the entire US aviation security market.
  • Only 4% of state & local HLS activities are funded by the federal government, the rest are locally funded.
  • From 2000-2009, the state and local HLS funding totaled more than $260 billion.
  • This market is focused on C-3I systems, information technology (IT) and the equipment necessary to outfit over 2.4 million first responders.

This report is the result of more than a year of exhaustive research and analysis of thousands of federal, state, local and industry documents, as well as hundreds of interviews with federal, state and HLS industry decision-makers.

With more than 890 pages, 425 tables, 470 figures, including state-specific market and contact information regarding current and future business opportunities (e.g., RFPs, BAAs, bids), this report provides essential market intelligence on approximately 40% of the global HLS-HLD market. The report provides an analysis of over 460 sub-markets. For each sub-market, the report provides: 2009-2010 funding and market size data, as well as 2011-2014 forecasts, data and analysis.

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