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U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis

  • Published: December 2007
  • Region: United States
  • 79 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

This Frost & Sullivan research titled U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis provides major functional classifications for DoD government spending, with an emphasis on the research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E) and procurement sectors for defense industry market participants. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following markets: satellites, aircraft, ships, ground vehicles, and weapons.

Market Sectors

Expert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in this research:

- Satellites
- Aircraft
- Ships
- Ground vehicles
- Weapons

Technologies

The following technologies are covered in this research:

- Communications
- Engines
- Construction
- Electronics
- Ammunition

1. Executive Summary
- 1. Overview
-- 1. Summary
- 2. Summary of Major Findings
-- 1. Overview

2. Research Methodology
- 1. Scope and Objectives
-- 1. Scope
- 2. Market Engineering Research Methodology
-- 1. Methodology

3. Industry Challenges and Strategies
- 1. Industry Challenges
-- 1. Challenges
- 2. Industry Strategies
-- 1. Strategies

4. U.S. DoD Budget Overview
- 1. DoD Budget Process
-- 1. Process
-- 2. Schedule
- 2. Market Drivers
-- 1. Drivers
- 3. Market Restraints
-- 1. Restraints
- 4. Market Trends
-- 1. Trends
- 5. Technologies and Services Needed
-- 1. Needs
- 6. DoD Budget
-- 1. Budget
- 7. DoD Budget Forecasts
-- 1. Forecast
- 8. Competitive Analysis
-- 1. Analysis

5. Army Budget
- 1. Overview
-- 1. Budget
- 2. Market Analysis
-- 1. Analysis

6. Navy/Marine Corps Budget
- 1. Overview
-- 1. Budget
- 2. Market Analysis
-- 1. Analysis

7. Air Force Budget
- 1. Overview
-- 1. Budget
- 2. Analysis
-- 1. Analysis

8. Joint Services Budget
- 1. Overview
-- 1. Budget
- 2. Analysis
-- 1. Analysis

9. Decision Support Databases
- 1. Decision Support Databases I
-- 1. Operations and Maintenance
- 2. Decision Support Databases II
-- 1. Research and Development
- 3. Decision Support Databases III
-- 1. Military Personnel
- 4. Decision Support Databases IV
-- 1. Military Expenditures

List of Figures

Chapter 1

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Total Obligational Authority (U.S.), 2007-2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013

Chapter 3

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Industry Challenges (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Industry Strategies (U.S.), 2008-2013

Chapter 4

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Market Drivers Ranked in Order of Impact (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Market Restraints Ranked in Order of Impact (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Market Trends (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Total Obligational Authority by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2007-2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Total Obligational Authority by Service Component (U.S.), 2007-2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: RDT&E Real Growth Constant Dollar Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Procurement Real Growth Constant Dollar Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Percent of Funding by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Percent of Funding by Service Component (U.S.), 2008-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Competitive Structure (U.S.), 2007
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Market Share Analysis and Trends of Major Market Participants (U.S.), 2007
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Market Share Analysis and Trends of Domestic and Foreign Participants (U.S.), 2007
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Firms with Largest Dollar Volume of DoD Prime Contracts (U.S.), 2006

Chapter 5

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Army Budget by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Army Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Firms With Largest Dollar Volume of Army Prime Contracts (U.S.), 2006

Chapter 6

U.S DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Navy/Marine Corps Budget by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Navy/Marine Corps Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Firms with Largest Dollar Volume of Navy/Marine Prime Contracts (U.S.), 2006

Chapter 7

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Air Force Budget by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Air Force Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Firms with Largest Dollar Volume of Air Force Prime Contracts (U.S.), 2006

Chapter 8

U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Joint Service Budget by Functional Classification (U.S.), 2008
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Joint Services Funding Forecasts (U.S.), 2007-2013
U.S. DoD 2008 Budget Analysis: Firms with Largest Dollar Volume of Joint Service Prime Contracts (U.S.), 2006

Market Overview

High Rates of Wear and Tear Compel Equipment Replenishment for Army and Marine Corps

An estimated $13,000 million is required to reset and recapitalize worn out army equipment since the army uses the gear at four times the rate for which it was designed. Similarly, the Marine Corps is also facing an investment crunch in equipment replacements as are air transport, fighter aircraft, and some classes of ships that are at or near the end of their life cycle. Moreover, the expansion of Army and Marine Corps brigades will necessitate greater budget allocation for equipment procurement. Arms companies that understand the operational needs of units and provide interoperable and reliable products will stand out in the Department of Defense (DoD) market.

"The short-term trend to get armored vehicles to the war zones and give troops some protection against improvised explosive devices (IEDs) has evolved into a concerted plan to upgrade all rolling stock," says the analyst of this research service. "The DoD plans to spend about $12,000.0 million for vehicles such as future combat systems, tactical trucks, Humvees, expeditionary fighting vehicles, Bradley sustainment, Strykers, and Abrams modifications."

Mature Technologies Getting a Look up in Areas where Emerging Technologies are Inadequate

Despite the rapid advances in weapons delivery, robotics, logistics, and command and control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) since the first Gulf War, there are several areas of operation wherein technology has not delivered the goods. In such cases, the DoD has fallen back on old-fashioned soldiering and foot patrolling to combat terrorism and insurgencies. Space-based communications and intelligence assets, in particular, have faced technical delays, although the opportunities for using optical communications and building penetrating radars are numerous. Human intelligence can only be gathered by building relationships over time, and companies that can provide language and culturally relevant analysis services are expected to experience exponential growth.

The DoD is increasingly turning to lead systems integrators (LSIs) to administer major programs since the number of government employees available for such projects is insufficient. "LSIs are looking to partner with smaller companies that can provide niche technologies, raw materials, precision manufacturing, and unique services," notes the analyst. "LSIs can provide the infrastructure and security scaffolding for smaller firms to participate in the DoD market."

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