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

NEW YORK, Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

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

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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 Security 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 4% 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 680 pages, 205 tables and 286 figures, this report covers more than 430 sub-markets and offers for each sub-market: 2010-2012 data, funding and market size, including 2013-2020 forecasts and analyses including:

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

PART I. INTRODUCTION

1 Research Methodology

2 Assumptions

3 Terms of Reference

PART II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

4 Key Findings and Conclusions

4.1 Common Misconceptions

4.2 Impact of the Economic Turmoil

5 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Organization

6 U.S. HLS & Public Safety Market

6.1 Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market

6.2 Market by Application

7 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Funding and Market

7.1 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Outlay by Funding Source – 2012-2020

7.2 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Market by "Demand Side" Sector – 2012-2020

8 Federal HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market

8.1 Federal HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market by Department – 2012-2020

8.2 Federal HLS & Public Safety Funding by Mission Activity – 2012-2020

9 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market

9.1 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Funding- 2012-2020

9.2 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Market- 2012-2020

PART III. MARKET ANALYSIS

10 HLS, HLD & Public Safety Vendor – Government Relationship

11 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Market Drivers

12 U.S. HLS, HLD & Public Safety Market Inhibitors

13 HLS, HLD & Public Safety Market: SWOT Analysis

14 HLS, HLD & Public Safety Market: Competitive Analysis

PART IV. MARKET BY APPLICATION

15 Overview: U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Market by Application

15.1 Market Structure: Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market

15.1.1 U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales – 2013-2020

15.1.2 U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

15.1.3 U.S. Homeland Security & Public Safety Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

15.1.4 Market Structure: Systems Sales vs. Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

15.2 Market by Application

15.2.1 Homeland Security & Public Safety Systems Sales by Application – 2013-2020

15.2.2 Homeland Security & Public Safety: Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market by Application – 2013-2020

15.2.3 Homeland Security & Public Safety Total Market by Application – 2013-2020

16 Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2013-2020

16.1 Scope

16.2 Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Background

16.2.1 Hierarchy of Critical Infrastructures

16.2.2 Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities and Policy

16.2.3 Planning of Critical Infrastructure Security

16.3 Banking & Finance Industry Security – 2013-2020

16.3.1 The Financial Sector

16.3.2 Financial Sector Security: Market Background

16.3.3 Financial Sector: Investments Forecast

16.4 Water Critical Infrastructure Security – 2013-2020

16.4.1 Water Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Overview

16.4.2 Water Critical Infrastructure Security Threats

16.4.3 Water Critical Infrastructure Security: Investments Forecast

16.5 Energy Critical Infrastructure Security – 2013-2020

16.5.1 The Energy Industry Interdependencies

16.5.2 Relationships with Industry Owners/Operators and Organizations

16.5.3 Securing the Electric Power Industry

16.5.4 Civil Nuclear Power Industry Security

16.5.5 Investments Forecast

16.6 Chemical Industry and HAZMAT Security – 2013-2020

16.6.1 The Chemical Industry and HAZMAT Industry

16.6.2 The Chemical & HAZMAT Industry Security: Market Background

16.6.3 The Chemical & HAZMAT Industry Security: Investments Forecast

16.7 Defense Industrial Base Security – 2013-2020

16.7.1 Defense Industrial Base: Industry Segments

16.7.2 Defense Industrial Base Security: Resources and Budgets

16.7.3 Defense Industrial Base Security: Investments Forecast

16.8 Information Technology Industry Security – 2013-2020

16.8.1 The U.S. IT Industry: Background

16.8.2 Information Technology Industry: Security Risks

16.8.3 IT Industry Security

16.8.4 Information Technology Industry Security: Investments Forecast

16.9 Cybersecurity Market – 2013-2020

16.9.1 Cybersecurity Threats

16.9.2 Cybersecurity Threats and Vulnerabilities: A Five-Level Approach

16.9.3 Cybersecurity Incidents

16.9.4 DHS Role in Cybersecurity

16.9.5 DHS Cybersecurity Capabilities

16.9.6 DHS-DOD Cybersecurity Coordination

16.1 Transportation Industry Security – 2013-2020

16.10.1 The U.S. transportation Industry

16.10.2 Transportation Security

16.10.3 Aviation, Maritime and Mass Transit Security

16.10.4 Investments Forecast

16.11 CIP Strategy Outlook – 2013-2020

16.12 Critical Infrastructure Security: Business Opportunities

16.13 Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Drivers

16.14 Critical Infrastructure Security: Market Inhibitors

16.15 Critical Infrastructure Security: Market SWOT Analysis

16.16 Critical Infrastructure Security Market: Competitive Analysis

16.17 U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2013-2020

16.17.1 U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

16.17.2 U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

16.17.3 U.S. Critical Infrastructure Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

17 Aviation Security Market – 2013-2020

17.1 Scope

17.2 The Effect of the Economy Slowdown on the Aviation Industry

17.3 U.S. Aviation Security, Terror Mitigation Strategy

17.4 Passenger Screening

17.4.1 Overview

17.4.2 People Screening Market Analysis

17.5 Checked Baggage Screening

17.5.1 Overview

17.5.2 Electronic Baggage Screening Program (EBSP)

17.6 Air Cargo Screening

17.7 Other Aviation Security Sectors

17.7.1 Airport Perimeter Security

17.7.2 Airport Employee and Service Personal Identification Program

17.7.3 Airports IT & Telecommunications Restructuring

17.7.4 Electronic Surveillance

17.7.5 Secure Air to Ground Communications

17.8 Aviation Security: Recent Activities

17.9 Aviation Security: Emerging Technologies Systems and Prices

17.1 Aviation Security: Business Opportunities

17.11 Aviation Security: Market Drivers

17.12 Aviation Security: Market Inhibitors

17.13 Aviation Security: Market SWOT Analysis

17.14 Aviation Security: Market Competitive Analysis

17.15 U.S. Aviation Security Market – 2013-2020

17.15.1 U.S. Aviation Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

17.15.2 U.S. Aviation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

17.15.3 U.S. Aviation Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

18 Maritime Security Market – 2013-2020

18.1 Maritime Security Market: Scope

18.2 Maritime Security Market: Background

18.2.1 U.S. Maritime Transportation System

18.2.2 Seaports and Marine Terminals

18.2.3 Port Terminal Facilities

18.2.4 Offshore Oil Facilities and Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREIs)

18.2.5 Natural Gas Infrastructure

18.2.6 Oceangoing Vessels

18.2.7 Passenger Carriers

18.2.8 Inland River, Coastal, and Great Lakes Systems

18.3 Maritime Transportation: Terror Mitigation Strategy

18.4 U.S. Maritime Security Legislation

18.4.1 The Container Security Initiative (CSI)

18.4.2 Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)

18.4.3 U.S. 24-hour Advance Manifest Rule

18.5 Maritime Security: Major Programs

18.5.1 Container Screening Program

18.5.2 Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program

18.5.3 Federal Port Security Grants

18.6 Maritime Security: Market Analysis

18.6.1 Maritime Security: Impact of the Global Economy Downturn

18.6.2 Maritime Security: Recent Activities

18.6.3 Maritime Security: Business Opportunities

18.6.4 Maritime Security: Market Outlook

18.7 Maritime Security: Market Drivers

18.8 Maritime Security: Market Inhibitors

18.9 Maritime Security: Market SWOT Analysis

18.1 Maritime Security: Competitive Analysis

18.11 U.S. Maritime Security Market – 2013-2020

18.11.1 U.S. Maritime Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

18.11.2 U.S. Maritime Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

18.11.3 U.S. Maritime Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

19 Mass Transportation Security Market – 2013-2020

19.1 Mass Transportation Security Market: Scope

19.2 Mass Transportation Market: Overview

19.3 Mass Transportation: Security Risks

19.4 Mass Transportation Security Responsibilities

19.5 Mass Transportation Security Programs

19.6 Mass Transportation Security: Investments Forecast

19.7 Mass Transportation Security: Business Opportunities

19.8 Mass Transportation Security: Market Drivers

19.9 Mass Transportation Security: Market Inhibitors

19.1 Mass Transportation Security: Market SWOT Analysis

19.11 Mass Transportation Security Market: Competitive Analysis

19.12 U.S. Mass Transportation Security Market – 2013-2020

19.12.1 U.S. Mass Transportation Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

19.12.2 U.S. Mass Transportation Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

19.12.3 U.S. Mass Transportation Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

20 Land Border Security Market – 2013-2020

20.1 Land Border Security Market: Scope

20.2 Land Border Security: Strategic Context

20.3 Land Border Security Components

20.4 Land Border Security: Recent Activities

20.4.1 Southwest Border

20.4.2 Northern Border

20.4.3 Trusted Traveler, Expedited Clearance and Other Partnerships

20.5 Land Border Security Market: Business Opportunities

20.6 Land Border Security: Market Drivers

20.7 Land Border Security: Market Inhibitors

20.8 Land Border Security: Market SWOT Analysis

20.9 Land Border Security Market: Competitive Analysis

20.1 U.S. Land Border Security Market – 2013-2020

20.10.1 U.S. Land Border Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

20.10.2 U.S. Land Border Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

20.10.3 U.S. Land Border Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

21 First Responders Market – 2013-2020

21.1 Scope

21.2 Market Background

21.2.1 First Responders Missions

21.2.2 First Responders Structure

21.2.3 First Responders Planning

21.2.4 First Responders Training

21.3 U.S. First Responders Natural & Manmade Disaster Rescue & Recovery Equipment: Market Background

21.3.1 Disaster Recovery Technologies

21.4 First Responders Manmade Disaster Mitigation Market: Business Opportunities

21.5 First Responders: Market Drivers

21.6 First Responders: Market Inhibitors

21.7 First Responders: Market Competitive Analysis

21.8 U.S. First Responders Market – 2013-2020

21.8.1 U.S. First Responders Systems Sales – 2013-2020

21.8.2 U.S. First Responders Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

21.8.3 U.S. First Responders Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

22 CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation Market – 2013-2020

22.1 CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market: Scope

22.2 Bio-Terror and Disease Outbreak Mitigation Market

22.2.1 Biological Threat

22.2.2 Biological Detection: Core Technologies Comparison

22.2.3 U.S. Bio-Surveillance Background & Analysis

22.2.4 The Obama Administration Bio Terror Mitigation Strategy

22.2.5 Bio-Terror and pandemic outbreaks: Funding

22.2.6 Project BioWatch

22.2.7 Project BioSense

22.2.8 Project BioShield

22.2.9 Bio-Terror and pandemic outbreaks Market: Business Challenges – 2013-2020

22.2.10 Bio-Terror and Pandemic Outbreaks Detection Market: Business Opportunities

22.2.11 Bio-Terror and pandemic outbreaks Detection Technology Outlook

22.2.12 Bio Detection Market

22.3 CBRN Terror and Hazmat Incidents Detection, Mitigation and Decontamination

22.3.1 HAZMAT Industry Security

22.3.2 Nuclear Power Industry Security

22.3.3 CBRN Events and Hazmat Incidents Decontamination

22.4 CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation: Market Drivers

22.5 CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation: Market Inhibitors

22.6 CBRN, Hazmat and Disease Outbreak Events Mitigation: Market SWOT Analysis

22.7 Competitive Analysis

22.8 U.S. CBRN, Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Event Mitigation Market – 2013-2020

22.8.1 U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Systems Sales – 2013-2020

22.8.2 U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

22.8.3 U.S. CBRN Terror and Hazmat & Disease Outbreak Mitigation Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

23 Safe Cities Market – 2013-2020

23.1 Safe Cities Market: Background

23.2 Safe City vs. Smart City

23.3 Safe City Technologies

23.3.1 Video Surveillance and Intelligent Video Analysis

23.3.2 Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Systems

23.3.3 IP Surveillance Cameras

23.3.4 Broadband Networks

23.3.5 Safe City Communication Interoperability

23.3.6 Safe City Physical Security Information Management Systems

23.4 U.S. Safe Cities Projects

23.5 U.S. Safe Cities: Market Outlook

23.6 Safe Cities: Market Drivers

23.7 Safe Cities: Market Inhibitors

23.8 U.S. Safe Cities Market – 2013-2020

23.8.1 U.S. Safe Cities Systems Sales – 2013-2020

23.8.2 U.S. Safe Cities Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

23.8.3 U.S. Safe Cities Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

24 Public Events Security Market – 2013-2020

24.1 Public Events Security Market: Scope

24.2 Major Public Event Planning and Management Phases

24.2.1 Before a Public Event Takes Place

24.2.2 During the Event

24.2.3 After the Event

24.3 Public Events Security: Authorities

24.3.1 Public Events Security: Responsible Bodies

24.3.2 Inter-agency Agreement

24.3.3 Public Events Security: Executive Team

24.3.4 Public Events Security: Intelligence

24.3.5 Specialized tactical units

24.3.6 Public Events Security: The Private Sector

24.4 Public Events Security: Risk Assessment

24.5 Public Events Security Workforce

24.5.1 Public Events Security Workforce Overview

24.5.2 Training

24.5.3 Public Events Security Credentialing

24.6 Public Events Security Market

24.6.1 Public Events Security Communications Market

24.6.2 Public Events Perimeter Security Market

24.6.3 Public Events Infrastructure Security Market

24.6.4 Public Events Emergency Services Market

24.6.5 Public Events WMD and Hazmat Detection and Response Market

24.6.6 Public Events Transportation Security Market

24.7 Public Events Security: Federal Programs

24.8 Public Events Security: Market Drivers

24.9 Public Events Security: Market Inhibitors

24.1 U.S. Public Events Security Market – 2013-2020

24.10.1 U.S. Public Events Security Systems Sales – 2013-2020

24.10.2 U.S. Public Events Security Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

24.10.3 U.S. Public Events Security Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

25 Homeland Defence (HLD) Market – 2013-2020

25.1 Homeland Defence Market: Scope

25.2 HLS, HLD & Public Safety Interplay

25.3 DOD HLD Missions and Organizations

25.3.1 The Northern Command (NORTHCOM)

25.4 DOD's Structure for Interagency Coordination of HLD & Civil Support Missions

25.5 DOD HLD Missions

25.6 Homeland Defense: Market Background

25.7 Enabling DOD Homeland Defense Capabilities

25.8 Integrated HLS, HLD & Public Safety National Response Plan

25.9 Integrated HLS, HLD & Public Safety National CBRNE Consequence Management

25.1 Homeland Defense Airspace Alert Operations

25.11 Homeland Defense: Market Drivers

25.12 Homeland Defense: Market Inhibitors

25.13 Homeland Defense Market: SWOT Analysis

25.14 Homeland Defense Market: Competitive Analysis

25.15 U.S. Homeland Defense Market – 2013-2020

25.15.1 U.S. Homeland Defense Systems Sales – 2013-2020

25.15.2 U.S. Homeland Defense Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

25.15.3 U.S. Homeland Defense Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

26 Continental U.S.A. Counter-Terror Intelligence Market – 2013-2020

26.1.1 Continental U.S.A. Counter-Terror Intelligence Systems Sales – 2013-2020

26.1.2 Continental U.S.A. Counter-Terror Intelligence Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment Market – 2013-2020

26.1.3 Continental U.S.A. Counter-Terror Intelligence Total Market (Systems Sales, Service, Upgrade and Refurbishment) – 2013-2020

PART V. FEDERAL HLS & PUBLIC SAFETY MARKET

27 Federal HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market

27.1 Federal HLS & Public Safety Funding by Department – 2013-2016

27.2 Federal HLS & Public Safety Market by Department – 2013-2016

27.3 Federal Homeland Security Funding by Mission Activity – 2013-2016

28 Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

28.1 Department of Homeland Security: Background

28.2 Department of Homeland Security: Agencies and Units

28.3 Department of Homeland Security Market – 2013-2016

28.3.1 Summary Outlook

28.3.2 Department of Homeland Security: Market by Agency – 2012-2020

29 DHS – Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

29.1 Transportation Security Administration: Background

29.2 Transportation Security Administration – Agencies and Units

29.3 TSA- 2012 Activities

29.4 TSA Major Programs and Funding

29.4.1 Screening Partnership Program

29.4.2 Passenger and Baggage Screening Program

29.4.3 Screening Training and Other Programs

29.4.4 Passengers Checkpoint Support Program

29.4.5 EDS and ETD Procurement and Installation Program

29.4.6 Screening Technology Maintenance & Utilities Program

29.4.7 Aviation Regulation and Other Enforcement Program

29.4.8 Airport Management, IT and Support Program

29.4.9 Air Cargo Program

29.4.10 Surface Transportation Security Program

29.4.11 Secure Flight Program

29.4.12 Transportation Security Support Programs

29.4.13 Federal Air Marshal Service Program

29.5 TSA – Emerging Technologies Systems and Prices

29.6 Business Opportunities

29.7 TSA Market – 2013-2016

29.7.1 Summary

29.7.2 Market Drivers

29.7.3 Market Inhibitors

29.7.4 TSA Funding and Market – 2013-2016

30 DHS – U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP)

30.1 Customs & Border Protection Background

30.2 Customs & Border Protection: Recent Activities

30.3 Customs & Border Protection – Agencies & Units

30.4 Customs & Border Protection Major Programs and Funding

30.4.1 Inspection and Detection Technology Program

30.4.2 Targeting Programs

30.4.3 C-TPAT Program

30.4.4 International Cargo Screening – CSI and SFI Programs

30.4.5 Other International Programs

30.4.6 Trusted Traveler Programs (TT)

30.4.7 Customs & Border Protection, U.S. VISIT Program

30.4.8 Border Security Fencing, Infrastructure and Technology Programs

30.4.9 Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) and International Trade Data System (ITDS) Programs

30.4.10 Critical Operations Protection & Processing Support (COPPS) Program

30.4.11 Facility Construction and Sustainment

30.4.12 Air and Marine Interdiction Programs

30.5 Inspection and Detection Technologies

30.5.1 Existing Technologies

30.5.2 Border Security Challenges

30.6 CBP Business Opportunities

30.7 CBP Market – 2013-2016

30.7.1 Summary Outlook

30.7.2 CBP, Market Drivers

30.7.3 CBP, Market Inhibitors

30.7.4 Customs & Border Protection Funding and Market – 2013-2016

31 DHS – Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

31.1 Federal Emergency Management Agency, Background

31.2 Federal Emergency Management Agency – Agencies & Units

31.3 FEMA Programs

31.3.1 State and Local Grants

31.3.2 Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (REPP)

31.3.3 FEMA, National Pre-disaster Mitigation Program

31.4 FEMA, Business Opportunities

31.5 FEMA Market – 2013-2016

31.5.1 Federal Emergency Management Agency, Summary Outlook

31.5.2 FEMA Funding and Market – 2013-2016

32 DHS – U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)

32.1 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Background

32.2 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, (ICE) – Agencies & Units

32.3 ICE Major Programs and Funding

32.3.1 ICE Visa Security Program

32.3.2 ICE, Criminal Alien Program

32.3.3 Transportation and Removal Program

32.3.4 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Alternatives to Detention Program

32.3.5 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, SC/CIRCA Plan

32.3.6 Atlas IT Infrastructure

32.3.7 Law Enforcement Systems Modernization

32.3.8 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, DRO Modernization (DROM)

32.3.9 ICE, Electronic Health Records (eHR)

32.3.10 ICE, Modernization of Financial Systems (MFS)

32.3.11 ICE Decision Support Systems (IDSS)

32.3.12 Student Exchange and Visitor Program (SEVP)

32.4 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Business Opportunities

32.5 ICE Funding and Market – 2013-2016

32.5.1 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Summary Outlook

32.5.2 Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Market Drivers

32.5.3 Market Inhibitors

32.5.4 ICE Funding and Market – 2013-2016

33 DHS – U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

33.1 U.S. Coast Guard Background

33.2 U.S. Coast Guard – Agencies & Units

33.4 USCG Near-term Program Initiatives

33.5 USCG Key Strategic Issues

33.6 U.S. Coast Guard: Market Review

33.7 USCG, Business Opportunities

33.8 USCG Market – 2013-2016

33.8.1 U.S. Coast Guard, Summary Outlook

33.8.2 U.S. Coast Guard Market Drivers

33.8.3 U.S. Coast Guard Market Inhibitors

33.8.4 USCG Funding and Market – 2013-2016

34 DHS – U.S. Secret Service (USSS)

34.1 U.S. Secret Service: Background

34.2 USSS, Major Operational Major Programs and Strategic Goals

34.3 U.S. Secret Service, Cross Cutting Initiatives

34.4 USSS, Business Opportunities

34.5 USSS Market – 2013-2016

34.5.1 U.S. Secret Service, Summary Outlook

34.5.2 U.S. Secret Service, Market Drivers

34.5.3 Market Inhibitors

34.5.4 USSS Funding and Market – 2013-2016

35 DHS – Science & Technology Directorate (S&T)

35.1 Science & Technology Directorate Background

35.2 Science & Technology Directorate – Agencies & Units

35.3 S&T Major Programs and Funding

35.3.1 S&T-Overview

35.3.2 Science & Technology Directorate, Acquisition and Operations Support Programs

35.3.3 S&T Directorate, Laboratory Facilities Programs

35.3.4 S&T Directorate, Research, Development, and Innovation (RD&I) Programs

35.3.5 S&T Directorate, University Programs

35.4 S&T Directorate Market – 2013-2016

35.4.1 S&T Directorate: Summary Outlook

35.4.2 Market Drivers

35.4.3 Market Inhibitors

35.4.4 S&T Funding and Market – 2013-2016

36 DHS – Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO)

36.1 Domestic Nuclear Detection Office – Background

36.2 Domestic Nuclear Detection Office – Agencies & Units

36.3 DNDO Market – 2013-2016

36.3.1 Summary Outlook

36.3.2 Market Drivers

36.3.3 Market Inhibitors

36.3.4 Main Business Opportunities

36.3.5 DNDO Funding and Market – 2013-2016

37 DHS – Departmental Management & Operations (DMO)

37.1 DHS – Departmental Management & Operations Background

37.2 DHS – Departmental Management & Operations: Agencies and Units

37.3 DMO Market – 2013-2016

37.3.1 Summary Outlook

37.3.2 DMO Funding and Market – 2013-2016

38 DHS Analysis and Operations (I&A and OPS)

38.1 DHS Analysis and Operations Background

38.1.1 Office of Operations Coordination and Planning (OPS)

38.2 Initiatives

38.3 DHS I&A and OPS Market – 2013-2016

38.3.1 Summary Outlook

38.3.2 DHS I&A and OPS Funding and Market – 2013-2016

39 DHS – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)

39.1 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Background

39.2 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Agencies and Units

39.3 Law Enforcement Training Programs

39.4 Key Strategic Issues

39.5 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Business Opportunities

39.6 FLETC Market – 2013-2016

39.6.1 Summary Outlook

39.6.2 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Funding and Market – 2013-2016

40 DHS – U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)

40.1 U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services: Background

40.2 U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services: Agencies and Units

40.3 USCIS: Major Programs and Funding

40.3.1 E-Verify

40.3.2 SAVE Program

40.3.3 VIBE

40.4 USCIS Market – 2013-2016

40.4.1 Summary Outlook

40.4.2 USCIS Funding and Market – 2013-2016

41 DHS – National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD)

41.1 National Protection and Programs Directorate: Background

41.2 NPPD Major Programs and Funding

41.2.1 Infrastructure Protection and Information Security

41.2.2 Federal Protective Service Programs

41.3 NPPD Market – 2013-2016

41.3.1 Summary Outlook

41.3.2 NPPD Funding and Market – 2013-2016

42 DHS – Office of Health Affairs (OHA)

42.1 DHS – Office of Health Affairs: Background

42.2 DHS – Office of Health Affairs: BioWatch Program

42.3 OHA Market – 2013-2016

42.3.1 Summary Outlook

42.3.2 OHA Funding and Market – 2013-2016

43 DHS – Office of Inspector General (OIG)

43.1 DHS – Office of Inspector General: Background

43.2 DHS – Office of Inspector General: Market – 2013-2016

43.2.1 Summary Outlook

43.2.2 OIG Funding and Market – 2013-2016

44 Department of Defense (DOD) Homeland Security

44.1 DOD – Background

44.2 DOD HLS & Public Safety Market – 2013-2016

44.2.1 Summary Outlook

44.2.2 DOD Funding and Market – 2013-2016

45 Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)

45.1 Department of Health & Human Services: HLS & Public Safety Background

45.2 The Bio-Terror Mitigation Strategy

45.3 Department of Health & Human Services Organization & Units

45.3.1 Center for Disease Control (CDC)

45.3.2 Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

45.4 DHHS HLS & Public Safety Funding & Market – 2013-2016

45.4.1 Summary Outlook

45.4.2 DHHS HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

45.4.3 DHHS HLS & Public Safety Market by Program – 2013-2016

46 Department of Justice (DOJ)

46.1 Department of Justice: HLS & Public Safety Background

46.2 Department of Justice: Organization

46.3 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

46.3.1 FBI HLS: Background

46.3.2 FBI – Organization

46.3.3 FBI HLS & Public Safety: Market Drivers

46.3.4 FBI HLS & Public Safety: Market Inhibitors

46.4 DOJ HLS & Public Safety Funding & Market – 2013-2016

46.4.1 Summary Outlook

46.4.2 DOJ HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

46.4.3 DOJ HLS & Public Safety Market by Program – 2013-2016

47 Department of Energy (DOE)

47.1 Department of Energy: Background

47.2 Department of Energy: Organization

47.3 DOE HLS & Public Safety Funding & Market – 2013-2016

47.3.1 Department of Energy: Summary Funding and Market Outlook

47.3.2 DOE HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

47.3.3 DOE HLS & Public Safety Market by Program – 2013-2016

48 Department of State (DOS)

48.1 Department of State: HLS & Public Safety Background

48.2 DOS Organization

48.3 Department of State HLS & Public Safety Funding & Market – 2013-2016

48.3.1 Summary Outlook

48.3.2 Department of State HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

49 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

49.1 U.S. Department of Agriculture: HLS & Public Safety Background

49.2 U.S. Department of Agriculture Organization

49.2.1 Summary Outlook

49.2.2 USDA HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

50 National Science Foundation (NSF)

50.1 National Science Foundation: Background

50.2 National Science Foundation: Organization

50.3 National Science Foundation: HLS & Public Safety Market – 2013-2016

50.3.1 Summary Outlook

50.3.2 NSF, HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

51 National Aeronautic & Space Administration (NASA)

51.1 NASA Background

51.2 NASA HLS & Public Safety Market – 2013-2016

51.2.1 Summary Outlook

51.2.2 NASA HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-201652 Department of Transportation (DOT)

52.1 DOT Background

52.2 DOT Organization

52.3 DOT HLS & Public Safety Market – 2013-2016

52.3.1 Summary Outlook

52.3.2 DOT HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

53 Department of Commerce (DOC)

53.1 DOC Background

53.2 DOC Organization

53.3 DOC HLS & Public Safety Market – 2013-2016

53.3.1 Summary Outlook

53.3.2 DOC HLS & Public Safety Funding and Market – 2013-2016

PART VI. STATE & LOCAL HLS & PUBLIC SAFETY MARKET

54 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Funding Larger than the DHS

55 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Missions

56 State and Local Grants

56.1 FEMA Grants Distributed in FY 2002-2011

56.2 FEMA Grants Outlook

56.3 FEMA, Grant Life Cycle

57 FY 2012 Grant Allocations

57.1 FY 2012 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP)

57.1.1 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP).

57.1.2 Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI)

57.1.3 Operation Stonegarden (OPSG)

57.1.4 Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Activities (LETPA) Set Aside.

57.2 FY 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG) Program

57.3 FY 2012 Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program (THSGP)

57.4 FY 2012 Urban Areas Security Initiative Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP)

57.5 FY 2012 Intercity Passenger Rail – Amtrak (IPR) Program

57.6 FY 2012 Port Security Grant Program (PSGP)

57.7 FY 2012 Transit Security Grant Program (TSGP)

58 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Market Drivers

59 State and Local Market Inhibitors

60 State and Local Market SWOT Analysis

61 State and Local Market Competitive Analysis

62 State and Local HLS & Public Safety Market

63 Primary Cities HLS & Public Safety Market

64 States Market

64.1 Arizona HLS & Public Safety Market

64.1.1 Arizona HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.1.2 Arizona HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.1.3 Arizona HLS & Public Safety Market

64.2 California HLS & Public Safety Market

64.2.1 California HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.2.2 California HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.2.3 California HLS & Public Safety Market

64.3 Colorado HLS & Public Safety Market

64.3.1 Colorado HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.3.2 Colorado HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.3.3 Colorado HLS & Public Safety Market

64.4 District of Columbia HLS & Public Safety Market

64.4.1 District of Columbia HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.4.2 District of Columbia HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.4.3 District of Columbia HLS & Public Safety Market

64.5 Florida HLS & Public Safety Market

64.5.1 Florida HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.5.2 Florida HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.5.3 Florida HLS & Public Safety Market

64.6 Georgia HLS & Public Safety Market

64.6.1 Georgia HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.6.2 Georgia HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.6.3 Georgia HLS & Public Safety Market

64.7 Hawaii Market

64.7.1 Hawaii HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.7.2 Hawaii HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.7.3 Hawaii HLS & Public Safety Market

64.8 Illinois HLS & Public Safety Market

64.8.1 Illinois HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.8.2 Illinois HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.8.3 Illinois HLS & Public Safety Market

64.9 Indiana HLS & Public Safety Market

64.9.1 Indiana HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.9.2 Indiana HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.9.3 Indiana HLS & Public Safety Market

64.1 Kentucky HLS & Public Safety Market

64.10.1 Kentucky HLS & Public Safety Programs & Business Opportunities

64.10.2 Kentucky HLS & Public Safety Contact Information

64.10.3 Kentucky HLS & Public Safety Market

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