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U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market - 2013-2020

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United States Homeland Security & Law Enforcement Market [$M] 2010-2015
U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market- 2007-2020

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The U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market-2013-2020 report is the most comprehensive review of the U.S. Homeland security and public safety market available today. Homeland Security Research Corp. provides the only detailed and reasoned roadmap of this complex market.

In the report, we include both the Homeland Security as well as the Public Safety markets since, in many cases; products have dual-use applications and present the same business opportunities, for example:

  • The Bio terror mitigation infrastructure is also used to contain pandemic disease outbreaks.
  • First responders command control and communication systems, are used to respond to both manmade disasters like terror events and natural disasters like floods and earthquakes (public safety).

The report illustrates that:

  • Annual investments in HLS and Public Safety products and services (excluding: HLD post-warranty revenues) purchased by the U.S. Federal agencies and private sector increased from $48 Billion in 2011 to $51 billion in 2012 and is forecasted to increase to $81 billion by 2020.
  • The total U.S. HLS, HLD, HLS related Counter-terror & Public Safety Markets (including post-warranty maintenance and upgrades revenues) grow from $74.5 billion in 2012 to $107.3 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 4.7%.
  • Unlike most other government sectors, the 2013-2020 federal, state and local government funding for HLS & Public Safety will grow over the next eight years at a CAGR of 4-5%.This growth is driven by a solid bipartisan congressional support.
  • Technology advances and better performance drive demand for upgrade of legacy systems
  • The DHS has a key role in the industry, but it does not dominate the market. DHS controls only a fraction of the total HLS, HLD and Public Safety market.
  • The State & Local HLS market is larger than the DHS market. This market (i.e., 50 states and over 30.000 counties and cities) represents 23% of the total HLS, HLD and public safety business opportunities.
  • The U.S. federal agencies possess the most advanced HLS-HLD technologies in the world. However, due to their age and legacy architectures, they believe that the time has come for major transformations.
  • Aviation security, representing only 7% of the HLS, HLD and public safety market, is an important sector. However, it is much smaller than other industry sectors (e.g. critical infrastructure security, first responders).

With 624 pages, 193 tables and 248 figures, this report covers 88 sub-markets and offers for each sub-market: 2010-2012 data, funding and market size, including 2013-2020 forecasts and analyses including:

The market report is granulated into more than 88 sub-markets detailed in the following table.

 Mass Transportation Security Market 

 27 States HLS & Public Safety Markets

 HLS-Related Cyber Security 

 Critical Infrastructure Security Market

 Safe Cities Market  

 Natural Disasters Rescue & Recovery Market

 Aviation Security Market  

 CBRN Terror, Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market

 Maritime Security Market

 Maintenance, Upgrade & Refurbishment Market

 Public Events Security Market

 Homeland Defense Market

 First Responders Market

 Land Border Security Market

 Counter Terror Intelligence Market 

Federal HLS and HLD Markets:

  • Analyzes HLS activities, funding and markets of more than 35 federal departments and agencies (e.g. TSA, CBP, DNDO, DOD DOJ, DOA, CDC)
  • Analyzes the Homeland Defense (HLD) funding and markets of the DOD and DOE, including dozens of programs and business opportunities
  • Analyzes the intelligence community counter-terror activities including funding and market estimates

State and Local HLS Markets:

  • State and locally funded HLS budgets and markets in 50 states, including counties & cities
  • State-by-state markets by procurement authority in the 27 largest states
  • Contact details for local HLS market information hubs
  • Detailed information, analysis and market data of federally-funded state and local HLS grants

Post-warranty business: The report details for each sub-market category its post warranty maintenance, upgrade and refurbishing revenues

Competitive environment: SWOT analysis for each market category

Market analysis: e.g., market drivers & inhibitors for each market category

*Excluding: HLD and post-warranty revenues

Table of Contents

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 Short Table of Contents
 Part I. Introduction
 Part II. Executive Summary
 Part III. Market Analysis
 Part IV. Market by Application
 Part V. Federal HLS Market
 Part VI. State & Local HLS Market
 Appendix
  
 Table of Contents
  
 PART I. INTRODUCTION
1Methodology
2Assumptions
3Terms of Reference
  
 PART II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4Key Findings and Conclusions
4.1Impact of the Economic Turmoil
5U.S. HLS-HLD Organization
6U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market
6.1Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market
6.2Market by Application
7U.S. HLS & Public Safety Markets
8Federal HLS Funding and Markets
8.1Federal HLS Funding and Market by Department – 2011-2016
8.2Federal HLS Funding by Mission Activity – 2011-2016
9State and Local HLS Market
  
 PART III. MARKET ANALYSIS
10HLS & Public Safety: Vendor – Government Relationship
11U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market Drivers
12U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market Inhibitors
13HLS- HLD Market: SWOT Analysis
14HLS & Public Safety Market: Competitive Analysis
15Market Structure: Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market
15.1U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales – 2010-2020
15.2U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
15.3U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
15.4Market Structure: Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
  
 PART IV. MARKET BY APPLICATION
16Overview: U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Sub-Markets by Application
16.1Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales by Application – 2010-2020
16.2Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market by Application – 2010-2020
16.3Homeland Security & Public Safety Market by Application – 2010-2020
17Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2010-2020
17.1Scope
17.2Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Background
17.2.1Hierarchy of Critical Infrastructures
17.2.2Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities and Policy
17.2.3Critical Infrastructure Security: Investment Priorities
17.3Banking & Finance Industry Security – 2010-2020
17.3.1The Financial Sector
17.3.2Financial Sector Security: Market Background
17.3.3Financial Sector: Investments Forecast
17.4Water Critical Infrastructure Security – 2010-2020
17.4.1Water Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Overview
17.4.2Water Critical Infrastructure Security Threats
17.4.3Water Critical Infrastructure Security: Investments Forecast
17.5Energy Critical Infrastructure Security – 2010-2020
17.5.1The Energy Industry Interdependencies
17.5.2Relationships with Industry Owners/Operators and Organizations
17.5.3Securing the Electric Power Industry
17.5.4Civil Nuclear Power Industry Security
17.5.5Investments Forecast
17.6Chemical Industry and HAZMAT Security – 2010-2020
17.6.1The Chemical Industry and HAZMAT Industry
17.6.2The Chemical & HAZMAT Industry Security: Market Background
17.6.3The Chemical & HAZMAT Industry Security: Investments Forecast
17.7Defense Industrial Base Security – 2010-2020
17.7.1Defense Industrial Base: Industry Segments
17.7.2Defense Industrial Base Security: Resources and Budgets
17.7.3Defense Industrial Base Security: Investments Forecast
17.8Information Technology Industry Security – 2010-2020
17.8.1The U.S. IT Industry: Background
17.8.2Information Technology Industry: Security Risks
17.8.3IT Industry Security
17.8.4Information Technology Industry Security: Investments Forecast
17.9Cybersecurity Market – 2010-2020
17.9.1Cybersecurity Threats
17.9.2Cybersecurity Threats and Vulnerabilities: A Five-Level Approach
17.9.3Cybersecurity Incidents
17.9.4DHS Role in Cybersecurity
17.9.5DHS Cybersecurity Capabilities
17.9.6DHS-DOD Cybersecurity Coordination
17.1Transportation Industry Security – 2010-2020
17.10.1The U.S. transportation Industry
17.10.2Transportation Security
17.10.3Aviation, Maritime and Mass Transit Security
17.10.4Investments Forecast
17.11CIP Strategy Outlook – 2010-2020
17.12Critical Infrastructure Security: Business Opportunities
17.13Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Drivers
17.14Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Inhibitors
17.15Critical Infrastructure Security: Market SWOT Analysis
17.16Critical Infrastructure Security Market: Competitive Analysis
17.17U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2010-2020
17.17.1U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
17.17.2U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020
17.17.3U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
18Aviation Security Market – 2010-2020
18.1Scope
18.2The effect of the Economy Slowdown on the Aviation Industry
18.3U.S. Aviation Security, Terror Mitigation Strategy
18.4Passenger Screening
18.4.1Overview
18.4.2People Screening Market Analysis
18.5Checked Baggage Screening
18.5.1Overview
18.5.2Electronic Baggage Screening Program (EBSP)
18.6Air Cargo Screening
18.7Other Aviation Security Sectors
18.7.1Airport Perimeter Security
18.7.2Airport Employee and Service Personal Identification Program
18.7.3Airports IT & Telecommunications Restructuring
18.7.4Electronic Surveillance
18.7.5Secure Air to Ground Communications
18.8Aviation Security, Recent Activities
18.9Aviation Security: Emerging Technologies Systems and Prices
18.1Aviation Security: Business Opportunities
18.11Aviation Security: Market Drivers
18.12Aviation Security: Market Inhibitors
18.13Aviation Security: Market SWOT Analysis
18.14Aviation Security: Market Competitive Analysis
18.15U.S. Aviation Security Market – 2010-2020
18.15.1U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
18.15.2U.S. Aviation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
18.15.3U.S. Aviation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment – 2010-2020
19Maritime Security Market – 2010-2020
19.1Maritime Security Market: Scope
19.2Maritime Security Market: Background
19.2.1U.S. Maritime Transportation System
19.2.2Seaports and Marine Terminals
19.2.3Port Terminal Facilities
19.2.4Offshore Oil Facilities and Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREIs)
19.2.5Natural Gas Infrastructure
19.2.6Oceangoing Vessels
19.2.7Passenger Carriers
19.2.8Inland River, Coastal, and Great Lakes Systems
19.3Maritime Transportation: Terror Mitigation Strategy
19.4U.S. Maritime Security Legislation
19.4.1The Container Security Initiative (CSI)
19.4.2Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
19.4.3U.S. 24-hour Advance Manifest Rule
19.5Maritime Security: Major Programs
19.5.1Container Screening Program
19.5.2Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program
19.5.3Federal Port Security Grants
19.6Maritime Security: Market Analysis
19.6.1Maritime Security – Impact of the Global Economy Downturn
19.6.2Maritime Security: Recent Activities
19.6.3Maritime Security: Business Opportunities
19.6.4Maritime Security: Market Outlook
19.7Maritime Security: Market Drivers
19.8Maritime Security: Market Inhibitors
19.9Maritime Security: Market SWOT Analysis
19.1Maritime Security: Competitive Analysis
19.11U.S. Maritime Security Market – 2010-2020
19.11.1U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
19.11.2U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market -2010-2020
19.11.3U.S. Maritime Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
20Mass Transportation Security Market – 2010-2020
20.1Mass Transportation Security Market: Scope
20.2Mass Transportation Market: Overview
20.3Mass Transportation: Security Risks
20.4Mass Transportation Security Responsibilities
20.5Mass Transportation Security Programs
20.6Mass Transportation Security: Investments Forecast
20.7Mass Transportation Security: Business Opportunities
20.8Mass Transportation Security: Market Drivers
20.9Mass Transportation Security: Market Inhibitors
20.1Mass Transportation Security: Market SWOT Analysis
20.11Mass Transportation Security Market: Competitive Analysis
20.12U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market – 2010-2020
20.12.1U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
20.12.2U.S. Mass Transportation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
20.12.3U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
21Land Border Security Market – 2010-2020
21.1Land Border Security Market: Scope
21.2Land Border Security: Strategic Context
21.3Land Border Security Components
21.4Land Border Security: Recent Activities
21.4.1Southwest Border
21.4.2Northern Border
21.4.3Trusted Traveler, Expedited Clearance and Other Partnerships
21.5Land Border Security Market: Business Opportunities
21.6Land Border Security: Market Drivers
21.7Land Border Security: Market Inhibitors
21.8Land Border Security: Market SWOT Analysis
21.9Land Border Security Market: Competitive Analysis
21.1U.S. Land Border Security Market – 2010-2020
21.10.1U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
21.10.2U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
21.10.3U.S. Land Border Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
22First Responders Market – 2010-2020
22.1Scope
22.2Market Background
22.2.1First Responders Missions
22.2.2First Responders Structure
22.2.3First Responders Planning
22.2.4First Responders Training
22.3U.S. First Responders Natural & Manmade Disaster Rescue & Recovery Equipment: Market Background
22.3.1Disaster Recovery Technologies
22.4First Responders Manmade Disaster Mitigation Market: Business Opportunities
22.5First Responders: Market Drivers
22.6First Responders: Market Inhibitors
22.7First Responders: Market Competitive Analysis
22.8U.S. First Responders Market – 2010-2020
22.8.1U.S. First Responders Systems Sales – 2010-2020
22.8.2U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
22.8.3U.S. First Responders Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
23CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation Market – 2010-2020
23.1CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market: Scope
23.2Bio-Terror and Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market
23.2.1Biological Threat
23.2.2Biological Detection: Core Technologies Comparison
23.2.3U.S. Bio-Surveillance Background & Analysis
23.2.4The Obama Administration Bio Terror Mitigation Strategy
23.2.5Bio-Terror and pandemic outbreaks: Funding
23.2.6Project BioWatch
23.2.7Project BioSense
23.2.8Project BioShield
23.2.9Bio-Terror and pandemic outbreaks Market: Business Challenges – 2010-2020
23.2.10Bio-Terror and Pandemic Outbreaks Detection Market: Business Opportunities
23.2.11Bio-Terror and Pandemic Outbreaks Detection Technology Outlook
23.2.12Bio Detection Market
23.3CBRN Terror and Hazmat Incidents Detection, Mitigation and Decontamination
23.3.1HAZMAT Industry Security
23.3.2Nuclear Power Industry Security
23.3.3CBRN Events and Hazmat Incidents Decontamination
23.4CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation: Market Drivers
23.5CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation: Market Inhibitors
23.6CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation Market: SWOT Analysis
23.7Competitive Analysis
23.8U.S. CBRN, Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Event Mitigation Market – 2010-2020
23.8.1U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales – 2010-2020
23.8.2U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
23.8.3U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
24Safe Cities Market – 2010-2020
24.1Safe Cities Market: Background
24.2Safe City Vs. Smart City
24.3Safe City Technologies
24.3.1Video Surveillance and Intelligent Video Analysis
24.3.2Automatic Number Plate rRecognition (ANPR) Systems
24.3.3IP Surveillance Cameras
24.3.4Safe City Networks
24.3.5Broadband Networks
24.3.6Safe City Communication Interoperability
24.3.7Safe City Physical Security Information Management Systems
24.4U.S. Safe Cities Projects
24.5U.S. Safe Cities: Market Outlook
24.6Safe Cities: Market Drivers
24.7Safe Cities Market: Inhibitors
24.8U.S. Safe Cities Market – 2010-2020
24.8.1U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales – 2010-2020
24.8.2U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
24.8.3U.S. Safe Cities Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
25Public Events Security Market – 2010-2020
25.1Public Events Security Market: Scope
25.2Major Public Event Planning and Management Phases
25.2.1Before a Public Event Takes Place
25.2.2During the Event
25.2.3After the Event
25.3Public Events Security: Authorities
25.3.1Public Events Security: Responsible Bodies
25.3.2Inter-agency Agreement
25.3.3Public Events Security: Executive Team
25.3.4Public Events Security: Intelligence
25.3.5Specialized tactical units
25.3.6Public Events Security: The Private Sector
25.4Public Events Security: Risk Assessment
25.5Public Events Security Workforce
25.5.1Public Events Security Workforce Overview
25.5.2Training
25.5.3Public Events Security Credentialing
25.6Public Events Security Markets
25.6.1Public Events Security Communications Market
25.6.2Public Events Perimeter Security Market
25.6.3Public Events Infrastructure Security Market
25.6.4Public Events Emergency Services Market
25.6.5Public Events WMD and Hazmat Detection and Response Market
25.6.6Public Events Transportation Security Market
25.7Public Events Security: Federal Programs
25.8Public Events Security: Market Drivers
25.9Public Events Security: Market Inhibitors
25.1U.S. Public Events Security Market – 2010-2020
25.10.1U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales – 2010-2020
25.10.2U.S. Public Events Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2010-2020
25.10.3U.S. Public Events Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2010-2020
  
  
  
  
  
 PART V. FEDERAL HLS MARKET
26Federal HLS Funding and Markets
26.1Federal HLS Funding by Department – 2013-2016
26.2Federal HLS Market by Department – 2013-2016
26.3Federal Homeland Security Funding by Mission Activity – 2013-2016
27Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
27.1Department of Homeland Security: Background
27.2Department of Homeland Security: Agencies and Units
27.3Department of Homeland Security Market – 2013-2016
27.3.1Summary Outlook
27.3.2Department of Homeland Security: Market by Agency – 2012-2016
28DHS – Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
28.1Transportation Security Administration: Background
28.2Transportation Security Administration – Agencies and Units
28.3TSA- 2012 Activities
28.4TSA Major Programs and Funding
28.4.1Screening Partnership Program
28.4.2Passenger and Baggage Screening Program
28.4.3Screening Training and Other Programs
28.4.4Passengers Checkpoint Support Program
28.4.5EDS and ETD Procurement and Installation Program
28.4.6Screening Technology Maintenance & Utilities Program
28.4.7Aviation Regulation and Other Enforcement Program
28.4.8Airport Management, IT and Support Program
28.4.9Air Cargo Program
28.4.10Surface Transportation Security Program
28.4.11Secure Flight Program
28.4.12Transportation Security Support Programs
28.4.13Federal Air Marshal Service Program
28.5TSA – Emerging Technologies Systems and Prices
28.6Business Opportunities
28.7TSA Market – 2013-2016
28.7.1Summary
28.7.2Market Drivers
28.7.3Market Inhibitors
28.7.4TSA Funding and Market – 2013-2016
29DHS – U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP)
29.1Customs & Border Protection Background
29.2Customs & Border Protection: Recent Activities
29.3Customs & Border Protection – Agencies & Units
29.4Customs & Border Protection Major Programs and Funding
29.4.1Inspection and Detection Technology Program
29.4.2Targeting Programs
29.4.3C-TPAT Program
29.4.4International Cargo Screening – CSI and SFI Programs
29.4.5Other International Programs
29.4.6Trusted Traveler Programs (TT)
29.4.7Customs & Border Protection, U.S. VISIT Program
29.4.8Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure and Technology Programs
29.4.9Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) and International Trade Data System (ITDS) Programs
29.4.10Critical Operations Protection & Processing Support (COPPS) Program
29.4.11Facility Construction and Sustainment
29.4.12Air and Marine Interdiction Programs
29.5Inspection and Detection Technologies
29.5.1Existing Technologies
29.5.2Border security Challenges
29.6CBP Business Opportunities
29.7CBP Market – 2013-2016
29.7.1Summary Outlook
29.7.2CBP, Market Drivers
29.7.3CBP, Market Inhibitors
29.7.4Customs & Border Protection Funding and Market – 2013-2016
30DHS – Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
30.1Federal Emergency Management Agency, Background
30.2Federal Emergency Management Agency – Agencies & Units
30.3FEMA Programs
30.3.1State and Local Grants
30.3.2Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (REPP)
30.3.3FEMA, National Pre-disaster Mitigation Program
30.4FEMA, Business Opportunities
30.5FEMA Market – 2013-2016
30.5.1Federal Emergency Management Agency, Summary Outlook
30.5.2FEMA Funding and Market – 2013-2016
31DHS – U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)
31.1Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Background
31.2Immigration & Customs Enforcement, (ICE) – Agencies & Units
31.3ICE Major Programs and Funding
31.3.1ICE Visa Security Program
31.3.2ICE, Criminal Alien Program
31.3.3Transportation and Removal Program
31.3.4Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Alternatives to Detention Program
31.3.5Immigration & Customs Enforcement, SC/CIRCA Plan
31.3.6Atlas IT Infrastructure
31.3.7Law Enforcement Systems Modernization
31.3.8Immigration & Customs Enforcement, DRO Modernization (DROM)
31.3.9ICE, Electronic Health Records (eHR)
31.3.10ICE, Modernization of Financial Systems (MFS)
31.3.11ICE Decision Support Systems (IDSS)
31.3.12Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP)
31.4Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Business Opportunities
31.5ICE Funding and Market – 2013-2016
31.5.1Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Summary Outlook
31.5.2Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Market Drivers
31.5.3Market Inhibitors
31.5.4ICE Funding and Market – 2013-2016
32DHS – U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)
32.1U.S. Coast Guard Background
32.2U.S. Coast Guard – Agencies & Units
32.4USCG Near-term Program Initiatives
32.5USCG Key Strategic Issues
32.6U.S. Coast Guard: Market Review
32.7USCG, Business Opportunities
32.8USCG Market – 2013-2016
32.8.1U.S. Coast Guard, Summary Outlook
32.8.2U.S. Coast Guard Market Drivers
32.8.3U.S. Coast Guard Market Inhibitors
32.8.4USCG Funding and Market – 2013-2016
33DHS – U.S. Secret Service (USSS)
33.1U.S. Secret Service: Background
33.2USSS, Major Operational Major Programs and Strategic Goals
33.3U.S. Secret Service, Cross Cutting Initiatives
33.4USSS, Business Opportunities
33.5USSS Market – 2013-2016
33.5.1U.S. Secret Service, Summary Outlook
33.5.2U.S. Secret Service, Market Drivers
33.5.3Market Inhibitors
33.5.4USSS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
34DHS – Science & Technology Directorate (S&T)
34.1Science & Technology Directorate Background
34.2Science & Technology Directorate – Agencies & Units
34.3S&T Major Programs and Funding
34.3.1S&T-Overview
34.3.2Science & Technology Directorate, Acquisition and Operations Support Programs
34.3.3S&T Directorate, Laboratory Facilities Programs
34.3.4S&T Directorate, Research, Development, and Innovation (RD&I) Programs
34.3.5S&T Directorate, University Programs
34.4S&T Directorate, Market – 2013-2016
34.4.1S&T Directorate, Summary Outlook
34.4.2Market Drivers
34.4.3Market Inhibitors
34.4.4S&T Funding and Market – 2013-2016
35DHS – Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO)
35.1Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Background
35.2Domestic Nuclear Detection Office – Agencies & Units
35.3DNDO Market – 2013-2016
35.3.1Summary Outlook
35.3.2Market Drivers
35.3.3Market Inhibitors
35.3.4Main Business Opportunities
35.3.5DNDO Funding and Market – 2013-2016
36DHS – Departmental Management & Operations (DMO)
36.1DHS – Departmental Management & Operations Background
36.2DHS – Departmental Management & Operations: Agencies and Units
36.3DMO Market – 2013-2016
36.3.1Summary Outlook
36.3.2DMO Funding and Market – 2013-2016
37DHS Analysis and Operations (I&A and OPS)
37.1DHS Analysis and Operations Background
37.1.1Office of Operations Coordination and Planning (OPS)
37.2Initiatives
37.3DHS I&A and OPS Market – 2013-2016
37.3.1Summary Outlook
37.3.2DHS I&A and OPS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
38DHS – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)
38.1Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Background
38.2Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Agencies and Units
38.3Law Enforcement Training Programs
38.4Key Strategic Issues
38.5Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Business Opportunities
38.6FLETC Market – 2013-2016
38.6.1Summary Outlook
38.6.2Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Funding and Market – 2013-2016
39DHS – U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)
39.1U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services: Background
39.2U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services: Agencies and Units
39.3USCIS: Major Programs and Funding
39.3.1E-Verify
39.3.2SAVE Program
39.3.3VIBE
39.4USCIS Market – 2013-2016
39.4.1Summary Outlook
39.4.2USCIS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
40DHS – National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD)
40.1National Protection and Programs Directorate: Background
40.2NPPD Major Programs and Funding
40.2.1Infrastructure Protection and Information Security
40.2.2Federal Protective Service Programs
40.3NPPD Market – 2013-2016
40.3.1Summary Outlook
40.3.2NPPD Funding and Market – 2013-2016
41DHS – Office of Health Affairs (OHA)
41.1DHS – Office of Health Affairs: Background
41.2DHS – Office of Health Affairs: BioWatch Program
41.3OHA Market – 2013-2016
41.3.1Summary Outlook
41.3.2OHA Funding and Market – 2013-2016
42DHS – Office of Inspector General (OIG)
42.1DHS – Office of Inspector General: Background
42.2DHS – Office of Inspector General: Market – 2013-2016
42.2.1Summary Outlook
42.2.2OIG Funding and Market – 2013-2016
43Department of Defense (DOD) Homeland Security
43.1DOD – Background
43.2DOD HLS Markets – 2013-2016
43.2.1Summary Outlook
43.2.2DOD Funding and Market – 2013-2016
44Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)
44.1Department of Health & Human Services: HLS Background
44.2The Bio-Terror Mitigation Strategy
44.3Department of Health & Human Services Organization & Units
44.3.1Center for Disease Control (CDC)
44.3.2Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
44.4DHHS HLS Funding & Market – 2013-2016
44.4.1Summary Outlook
44.4.2DHHS HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
44.4.3DHHS HLS Market by Program – 2013-2016
45Department of Justice (DOJ)
45.1Department of Justice: HLS Background
45.2Department of Justice: Organization
45.3Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
45.3.1FBI HLS: Background
45.3.2FBI – Organization
45.3.3FBI HLS Market Drivers
45.3.4FBI HLS Market Inhibitors
45.4DOJ HLS Funding & Market – 2013-2016
45.4.1Summary Outlook
45.4.2DOJ HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
45.4.3DOJ HLS Market by Program – 2013-2016
46Department of Energy (DOE)
46.1Department of Energy: Background
46.2Department of Energy: Organization
46.3DOE HLS Funding & Market – 2013-2016
46.3.1Department of Energy: Summary Funding and Market Outlook
46.3.2DOE HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
46.3.3DOE HLS Market by Program – 2013-2016
47Department of State (DOS)
47.1Department of State: HLS Background
47.2DOS Organization
47.3Department of State HLS Funding & Market – 2013-2016
47.3.1Summary Outlook
47.3.2Department of State HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
48U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
48.1U.S. Department of Agriculture: HLS Background
48.2U.S. Department of Agriculture Organization
48.3U.S. Department of Agriculture HLS Market – 2013-2016
48.3.1Summary Outlook
48.3.2USDA HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
49National Science Foundation (NSF)
49.1National Science Foundation: Background
49.2National Science Foundation: Organization
49.3National Science Foundation: HLS Market – 2013-2016
49.3.1Summary Outlook
49.3.2NSF, HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
50National Aeronautic & Space Administration (NASA)
50.1NASA Background
50.2NASA HLS Market – 2013-2016
50.2.1Summary Outlook
50.2.2NASA HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
51Department of Transportation (DOT)
51.1DOT Background
51.2DOT Organization
51.3DOT HLS Market – 2013-2016
51.3.1Summary Outlook
51.3.2DOT HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
52Department of Commerce (DOC)
52.1DOC Background
52.2DOC Organization
52.3DOC HLS Market – 2013-2016
52.3.1Summary Outlook
52.3.2DOC HLS Funding and Market – 2013-2016
  
 PART VI. STATE & LOCAL HLS & PUBLIC SAFETY MARKET
53State and Local HLS & Public Safety Funding Larger than the DHS
54State and Local HLS Missions
55State and Local Grants
55.1FEMA Grants Distributed in FY 2002-2011
55.2FEMA Grants Outlook
55.3FEMA, Grant Life Cycle
56FY 2012 Grant Allocations
56.1FY 2012 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP)
56.1.1State Homeland Security Program (SHSP).
56.1.2Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI)
56.1.3Operation Stonegarden (OPSG)
56.1.4Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activities (LETPA) Set Aside.
56.2FY 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG) Program
56.3FY 2012 Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program (THSGP)
56.4FY 2012 Intercity Passenger Rail – Amtrak (IPR) Program
56.5FY 2012 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP)
56.6FY 2012 Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP)
57State and Local HLS Market Drivers
58State and Local Market Inhibitors
59State and Local Market SWOT Analysis
60State and Local Market Competitive Analysis
61State and Local HLS Market
62Primary Cities HLS Markets
63State Markets
63.1Arizona HLS Markets
63.1.1Arizona HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.1.2Arizona HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.1.3Arizona HLS Market
63.2California HLS Markets
63.2.1California HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.2.2California HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.2.3California HLS Market
63.3Colorado HLS Markets
63.3.1Colorado HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.3.2Colorado HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.3.3Colorado HLS Market
63.4District of Columbia HLS Markets
63.4.1District of Columbia HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.4.2District of Columbia HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.4.3District of Columbia HLS Market
63.5Florida HLS Markets
63.5.1Florida HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.5.2Florida HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.5.3Florida HLS Market
63.6Georgia HLS Markets
63.6.1Georgia HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.6.2Georgia HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.6.3Georgia HLS Market
63.7Hawaii Markets
63.7.1Hawaii HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.7.2Hawaii HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.7.3Hawaii HLS Market
63.8Illinois HLS Markets
63.8.1Illinois HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.8.2Illinois HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.8.3Illinois HLS Market
63.9Indiana HLS Markets
63.9.1Indiana HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.9.2Indiana HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.9.3Indiana HLS Market
63.1Kentucky HLS Markets
63.10.1Kentucky HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.10.2Kentucky HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.10.3Kentucky HLS Market
63.11Louisiana HLS Markets
63.11.1Louisiana HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.11.2Louisiana HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.11.3Louisiana HLS Market
63.12Maryland HLS Markets
63.12.1Maryland HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.12.2Maryland HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.12.3Maryland HLS Market
63.13Massachusetts Markets
63.13.1Massachusetts HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.13.2Massachusetts HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.13.3Massachusetts HLS Market
63.14Michigan HLS Markets
63.14.1Michigan HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.14.2Michigan HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.14.3Michigan HLS Market
63.15Minnesota HLS Markets
63.15.1Minnesota HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.15.2Minnesota HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.15.3Minnesota HLS Market
63.16Missouri HLS Markets
63.16.1Missouri HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.16.2Missouri HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.16.3Missouri HLS Market
63.17North Carolina HLS Markets
63.17.1North Carolina HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.17.2North Carolina HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.17.3North Carolina HLS Market
63.18Nevada HLS Markets
63.18.1Nevada HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.18.2Nevada HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.18.3Nevada HLS Market
63.19New Jersey HLS Markets
63.19.1New Jersey HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.19.2New Jersey HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.19.3New Jersey HLS Market
63.2New York HLS Markets
63.20.1New York HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.20.22012-13 Budget Actions
63.20.3Major Initiatives
63.20.4New York HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.20.5New York HLS Market
63.21Ohio HLS Markets
63.21.1Ohio HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.21.2Ohio HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.21.3Ohio HLS Market
63.22Oregon HLS Markets
63.22.1Oregon HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.22.2Oregon HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.22.3Oregon HLS Market
63.23Pennsylvania HLS Markets
63.23.1Pennsylvania HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.23.2Pennsylvania HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.23.3Pennsylvania HLS Market
63.24Tennessee HLS Markets
63.24.1Tennessee HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.24.2Tennessee HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.24.3Tennessee HLS Market
63.25Texas HLS Markets
63.25.1Texas HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.25.2Texas HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.25.3Texas HLS Market
63.26Washington HLS Markets
63.26.1Washington HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.26.2Washington HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.26.3Washington HLS Market
63.27Wisconsin HLS Markets
63.27.1Wisconsin HLS Programs & Business Opportunities
63.27.2Wisconsin HLS and Public Safety Contact Information
63.27.3 Wisconsin HLS Market
  
 APPENDIX
64Contact Information of 270 U.S. Homeland Security and Public Safety Vendors

Tables

Table 1The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act DHS Funding [$M] by Agency
Table 2U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 3U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [%] – 2010-2020
Table 4U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 5U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market [$ Billion] by Purchasing Sector – 2011-2016
Table 6U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market Share [%] by Purchasing Sector – 2011-2016
Table 7Federal HLS Funding by Major Departments [$B] – 2011-2016
Table 8Federal HLS Market [$B] by Department – 2011-2016
Table 9Federal HLS Funding [$B] by Mission Activity – 2012-2016
Table 10State and Local HLS Market [$M] by State – 2010-2020
Table 11U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 12U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 13U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 14U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 15U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 16U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 17U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 18U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [%] – 2010-2020
Table 19U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 20U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [%] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 21U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 22U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market Share [%] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 23U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 24U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [%] by Application – 2010-2020
Table 25Sector-Specific Federal Agencies vs. Critical Infrastructure Sectors
Table 26Electric Power Industry Data
Table 27The U.S. Defense Industrial Base, Segments, Sub-segments, and Commodities
Table 28The U.S. IT government security cooperation Membership
Table 29IT Private Sector Members Roster
Table 30Products and Services Associated with Cyber-Security Market
Table 31Sources of Cybersecurity Threats
Table 32Priorities in Security Cyberspace
Table 33Transportation Systems industry, Divisions Statistics
Table 3415 Critical Infrastructure Security Business Opportunities
Table 35U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 36U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 37U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 38U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 39U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 40U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 41EBSP Funding [$M]: 2006-2012
Table 42U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 43U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 44U.S. Aviation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and
Table 45U.S. Aviation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and
Table 46U.S. Aviation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade
Table 47U.S. Aviation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade
Table 4825 Largest Container Ports Trading With the U.S. A
Table 49Maritime Security Sub-Markets – Impact of the Global Economy Downturn
Table 50Maritime Security: Business Opportunities
Table 51U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 52U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 53U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 54U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 55U.S. Maritime Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 56U.S. Maritime Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 57Mass Transportation Security Initiatives
Table 58U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 59U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 60U.S. Mass Transportation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 61U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 62U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 63U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 64Land Border Security Components
Table 65Land Border Security Market: Business Opportunities
Table 66U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 67U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 68U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 69U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 70U.S. Land Border Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 71U.S. Land Border Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 72Spectrums of Potential HLS Contingencies for First Responders
Table 73First Responders Manmade Disaster Mitigation Market: Business Opportunities
Table 74U.S. First Responders Natural Disasters Response Systems Market: Business Opportunities
Table 75U.S. First Responders Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 76U.S. First Responders Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 77U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 78U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 79U.S. First Responders Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 80U.S. First Responders Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 81The CDC Biological Threat Agents Categorization
Table 82Cost, Speed & Accuracy Comparison of Bio-Detection Technologies
Table 83Bio-surveillance, Detection & Bio-forensics Challenges – 2013-2020
Table 84U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 85U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 86U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 87U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 88U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 89U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 90Communication Systems in a Typical U.S. Metropolitan City
Table 91U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 92U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 93U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 94U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 95U.S. Safe Cities Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 96U.S. Safe Cities Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 97U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 98U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 99U.S. Public Events Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 100U.S. Public Events Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 101U.S. Public Events Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Table 102U.S. Public Events Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Table 103Federal HLS Funding by Major Departments [$B] – 2011-2016
Table 104Federal HLS Market [$B] by Departments – 2011-2016
Table 105Federal HLS Market [$B] by Departments – 2011-2016
Table 106Federal Homeland Security, Market Share [%] by Departments – 2011-2016
Table 107Federal Homeland Security Funding [$B] by Mission Activity – 2012-2016
Table 108Federal Homeland Security Funding Forecast by Mission Activity Share [%]- 2012-2016
Table 109DHS – HLS Related Market [$B] by DHS Agency – 2011-2016
Table 110Department of Homeland Security: Market Share [%] by DHS Agency –
Table 111TSA Passengers and Baggage Installed Base [Units] and Procurement Plans Statistics by Modality.
Table 112TSA Program Progress Relative to EDS/ETD Deployment and Facility Modifications – Projections through FY 2013
Table 113TSA Screening Technology Maintenance & Utilities Program Components
Table 114FY 2013 TSA Checked Baggage Screening Systems Maintenance Cost [$M] and by System Model [unit]
Table 115Air Cargo Program budget [$M] Components-2012 & 2013
Table 116Surface Transportation Initiatives
Table 117Recent TSA Modalities: Description & Prices
Table 118Business Opportunities: TSA
Table 119TSA HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 120Aircraft and Marine Vessels CBP Procurement: 2011-2013
Table 121CBP HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 122Federal Emergency Management Agency: Business Opportunities:
Table 123FEMA HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 124Immigration & Customs Enforcement Business Opportunities
Table 125ICE HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 126Coast Guard HLS and Non-HLS Missions
Table 127USCG Programs and Initiatives
Table 128Business Opportunities: USCG
Table 129USCG HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 130U.S. Secret Service Major Operational Programs and Strategic Goals
Table 131U.S. Secret Service, Business Opportunities:
Table 132USSS HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 133S&T HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 134DNDO HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 135DMO HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 136DHS I&A and OPS HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 137Business Opportunities: FLETC
Table 138FLETC HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 139USCIS HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 140NPPD HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 141OHA HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 142OIG HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 143DOD HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 144DHHS HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 145DHHS HLS Market [$M] by Programs – 2011-2016
Table 146DOJ HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 147DOJ HLS Market [$M] by Program – 2011-2016
Table 148DOE HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 149DOE HLS Market [$M] by Program – 2011-2016
Table 150DOS HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 151USDA HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 152NSF HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 153NASA HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 154DOT HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 155DOC HLS Funding and Market – 2011-2016
Table 156SHSP, UASI, PSGP, and TSGP Funding [$M] for FY 2002-2011
Table 157Purpose, Project Type, and Eligible Applicants of SHSP, UASI, PSGP, and TSGP programs
Table 158FY 2012 SHSP Allocations
Table 159FY 2012 UASI Allocations
Table 160FY 2012 OPSG Allocations
Table 161FY 2012 EMPG Program Allocations
Table 162FY 2012 THSGP Allocations
Table 163FY 2012 NSGP Allocations
Table 164FY 2012 PSGP Allocations
Table 165FY 2012 TSGP Allocations
Table 166State and Local HLS Market [$M] by State – 2010-2020
Table 167Arizona: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M]- 2010-2020
Table 168California: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M]- 2010-2020
Table 169Colorado: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 170District of Columbia: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 171Florida: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 172Georgia: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 173Hawaii: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 174Illinois: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 175Indiana: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 176Kentucky: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 177Louisiana: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 178Maryland: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 179Massachusetts: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 180Michigan: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 181Minnesota: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 182Missouri: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 183North Carolina: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 184Nevada: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 185New Jersey: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 186New York: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 187Ohio: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 188Oregon: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 189Pennsylvania: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 190Tennessee: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 191Texas: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 192Washington: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Table 193 Wisconsin: Federal & State Funded HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
  

Figures

Figure 1U.S. Federal HLS-HLD Structure
Figure 2U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Figure 3U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market [$ Billion] by Key Purchasing Sectors –
Figure 4U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market [$ Billion] by Purchasing Sector – 2011 & 2016
Figure 5Federal HLS Funding Share [%] by Mission Activity – 2012 & 2016
Figure 6State and Local HLS Markets [$M] for Ten Leading States
Figure 7Federal Government – Industry HLS & Public Safety Life Cycle
Figure 8HLS & Public Safety Industry, Government Relationship
Figure 9The HLS & Public Safety Vendor – Client Inter-Relationship
Figure 10HLS & Public Safety Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 11HLS & Public Safety Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 12U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 13U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 14U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 15U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 16U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 17U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 18U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market Shares (Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [%] – 2012 & 2020
Figure 19U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Figure 20U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales [%] by Application – 2012, 2020
Figure 21U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] by Application – 2010-2020
Figure 22U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [%] by Application – 2012, 2020
Figure 23Hierarchy of Critical Infrastructures
Figure 24The U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security
Figure 25Critical Infrastructure Investment Priorities Scheme
Figure 26The North American Electric Power Grid
Figure 27Overview of the Electric Power System and Control Communications
Figure 28.S. Electric Power and Generation Capacity
Figure 29The U.S. Electric Utilities by Ownership
Figure 30Energy Related Interdependencies across the North American Economy
Figure 31Energy Industry: Public & Private Industry Working Groups
Figure 32The 10 year Strategy for Securing the Electrical supply industry
Figure 33Chemical Industry by Segment
Figure 34Chemical Industry Dependencies and Interdependencies
Figure 35The U.S. Defense Industrial Base Prioritization Factors, Sub Factors, and Weights
Figure 36IT Industry Critical Functions
Figure 37IT Risk Mitigation Prioritization Methodology.
Figure 38Incidents Reported to U.S.-CERT: Fiscal Years 2006-2011
Figure 39Types of Incidents Reported to U.S.-CERT in Fiscal Year 2011 by Category
Figure 40Enhanced DHS-DOD Cybersecurity Coordination Structure
Figure 41Transportation Systems Sector Government Coordination Organization
Figure 42Transportation Systems Sector Risk Management Framework
Figure 43Transportation Systems Industry Management Approach
Figure 44The transportation industry – government Partnership model
Figure 45Transportation Systems SCC Organization
Figure 46Critical Infrastructure Security Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 47Critical Infrastructure Security Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 48U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 49U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 50U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 51U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 52U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 53U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 54Aviation Passengers Trend Link to GDP Growth – 1971-2011
Figure 55Aviation Security, the 10 Layers of Defense
Figure 56CBP Pre-screening Systems and Data Flow
Figure 57Baggage Screening Configurations at the 337 Airports with Optimal Systems
Figure 58Number of Airports with Optimal Baggage Screening Systems Compared to all TSA-Regulated Airports
Figure 59Airport Perimeter Security Systems
Figure 60Airport Perimeter Environment
Figure 61Aviation Security Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 62Aviation Security Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 63U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 64U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 65U.S. Aviation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and
Figure 66U.S. Aviation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and
Figure 67U.S. Aviation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade
Figure 68U.S. Aviation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade
Figure 69Maritime Supply Chain vs. Security Legislation
Figure 70Typical Container Booking / Bill of Landing Cycle: Before and After 24-hours Advance Notification
Figure 71Seaport Area Key Port Stakeholders Eligible to federal grants Recipients
Figure 72Comparison of port security federal grant Approval Dates for 11 Ports,
Figure 73U.S. Ports, Federal Grants Risk Model
Figure 74Maritime Security Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 75Maritime Security Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 76U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 77U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 78U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 79U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 80U.S. Maritime Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 81U.S. Maritime Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 82Mass Transportation Security: SWOT Analysis
Figure 83Mass Transportation Security Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 84U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 85U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 86U.S. Mass Transportation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 87U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 88U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 89U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 90Land Border Security Threat Detection Scheme
Figure 91Border Security: Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 92Land Border Security Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 93U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 94U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 95U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 96U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 97U.S. Land Border Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 98U.S. Land Border Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 99The First Responders Manmade and Natural Disaster Response Missions
Figure 100First Responder First Responders Manmade and Natural Disaster Response Missions Spectrums
Figure 101First Responders C3I Structure and Conflicts
Figure 102The U.S. A Pre 9/11 Multi-Agency Coordination Scheme
Figure 103First Responders Training Procedures
Figure 1041980-2010 Natural Disaster Statistics
Figure 105First Responders Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 106U.S. First Responders Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 107U.S. First Responders Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 108U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 109U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 110U.S. First Responders Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 111U.S. First Responders Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 112Biological Detection Technologies
Figure 113Bio-Detection Responsibilities across the U.S. Federal Bio-surveillance Network
Figure 114The U.S. Armed Forces & Civilian Bio-defense Flow Chart
Figure 115The Bio-Response Report Card
Figure 116U.S. Government homeland security & public safety Bio-Defense Funding [$ Million] – FY2001-FY2012
Figure 117Cumulative 2001-2012 Bio-Defense Funding [$Million], by Agency
Figure 118The Nuclear Sector Partnership Structure
Figure 119CBRN & HAZMAT Event Decontamination Command Structure
Figure 120The Decontamination: Technology, ICT, Command & Control and Decision Chain
Figure 121CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation Market: SWOT Analysis
Figure 122CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation Market Industry: Competitive Analysis
Figure 123U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 124U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 125U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 126U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 127U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 128U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 129Safe City Situation Awareness
Figure 130The Smart City & Safe city
Figure 131Safe City Communication network
Figure 132Safe City Wireless Point-to-Multipoint (Left) & Mesh Topology (Right)
Figure 133Safe City Interoperable Communications Network
Figure 134Safe City, functional overview
Figure 135U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 136U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 137U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 138U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 139U.S. Safe Cities Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 140U.S. Safe Cities Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 141U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 142U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 143U.S. Public Events Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 144U.S. Public Events Security Systems, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 145U.S. Public Events Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) [$Million] – 2010-2020
Figure 146U.S. Public Events Security Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) Market AGR [%] – 2011-2020
Figure 147Federal HLS Funding [$B] by Departments – 2011-2016
Figure 148Federal HLS Funding Share [%] by Departments – 2011 & 2016
Figure 149Federal Homeland Security, Market Share [%] by Departments – 2011 & 2016
Figure 150Federal Homeland Security Funding [$B] by Mission Activity – 2012-2016
Figure 151Federal Homeland Security Funding Share [%] by Mission Activity – 2012 & 2016
Figure 152Department of Homeland Security – 2012 Organizational Structure
Figure 153DHS – Homeland Security Budget Expenditures vs. HLS Market [$B] – 2011-2016
Figure 154Department of Homeland Security Market [$B] by DHS Agency – 2011-2016
Figure 155DHS – Market Forecast by DHS Agency Share [%] – 2011 & 2016
Figure 156TSA – Organizational Structure
Figure 157TSA – Consolidated Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 158Counter-MANPAD Project Chloe
Figure 159TSA – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 160CBP – Organizational Structure
Figure 161Customs & Border Protection – Funding vs. HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 162CBP – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 163Federal Emergency Management Agency – Organizational Structure
Figure 164FEMA – Consolidated Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 165FEMA – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 166CAP Arrest Statistics: 2007-2011
Figure 167ICE Commercial Airline Criminal Aliens Removals: 2007-2011
Figure 168ICE – Consolidated Funding vs. Market [$B] – 2011-2016
Figure 169ICE – Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 170U.S. Coast Guard Funding by Mission – FY2013
Figure 171Coast Guard Deep Water Maritime Security Platforms
Figure 172U.S. Coast Guard Organizational Structure
Figure 173USCG – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 174USCG – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 175USSS – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 176USSS – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 177Directorate of S&T Partners and Affiliates
Figure 178The S&T six B’s
Figure 179Science & Technology Directorate Organizational Structure
Figure 180S&T – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 181S&T – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 182DNDO – Organizational Structure
Figure 183DNDO – HLS Funding and Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 184DNDO – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 185Departmental Management & Operations – Organizational Structure
Figure 186DHS – Departmental Management & Operations – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 187DMO – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 188A&O – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 189DHS I&A and OPS – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 190FLETC – Organizational Structure
Figure 191FLETC – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 192Federal Law Enforcement Training Center – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 193USCIS – Organizational Structure
Figure 194USCIS – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 195USCIS – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 196NPPD – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 197NPPD – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 198OHA – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 199OHA – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 200OIG – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 201OIG – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 202DOD – HLS Funding vs. HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 203DOD – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 204DOD – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 205DHHS – Organizational Structure
Figure 206FDA Organization & Units
Figure 207HHS – HLS Funding vs. HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 208DHHS – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 209DHHS – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 210DOJ – Organizational Structure
Figure 211FBI – Organizational Structure
Figure 212DOJ – HLS Funding & Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 213DOJ – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 214DOJ – HLS Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 215DOE – Organizational Structure
Figure 216DOE – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 217DOE – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 218DOE – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 219DOS – Organizational Structure
Figure 220DOS – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 221DOS – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 222DOS – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 223USDA – Organizational Structure
Figure 224USDA – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 225USDA – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 226U.S. Department of Agriculture – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 227NSF – Organizational Structure
Figure 228NSF – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 229NSF – HLS Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 230NSF – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 231Example of a NASA HLS Program Setup for Integrated System IT
Figure 232NASA – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 233NASA – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 234NASA – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 235DOT – Organizational Structure
Figure 236DOT – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 237DOT – Funding Structure by Mission [%] 2013
Figure 238DOT – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 239DOC – Organizational Structure
Figure 240DOC – HLS Funding vs. Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 241DOC – Funding Structure by Mission [%], 2013
Figure 242DOC – HLS Market [$M] – 2011-2016
Figure 243FEMA’s 2011 Grants Portfolio
Figure 244EMA, General Grant Life Cycle
Figure 245State and Local HLS Market SWOT Analysis
Figure 246State and Local Market – Competitive Analysis
Figure 247State and Local HLS Market [$M] – 2010-2020
Figure 248 State and Local HLS Markets [$M] for Ten Leading States

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