DHS presents an opportunity for immediate reform by the Trump Administration. Part of the reason is that a large share of the agency’s spending comes from contracts set to expire in 2017, giving it the flexibility to reshape partnerships with industry. This will be important as President Trump pursues his agenda item to secure the U.S. border, where DHS will need to strike a balance between investing in infrastructure, technologies and people.

Contracting Overview

$14.3 B Contract Spend 1.5%

$49.2 B Budget Authority 5.2%

35.4 K Contracts 16.5%

15.2 K Vendors 21.8%

What's Included in the Report?

  • Top 10 Department of Homeland Security Vendors
  • Significant and Notable Vendors
  • Top Contracting Vehicles
  • Set-Aside Performance
  • Spend by Top Product and Service Codes

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Navy

$95.8B Contract Spend 8.8%

Navy

$159.3B Budget Authority 6.6%

Navy

89.1K Contracts 4.4%

Navy

24.3K Vendors 1.3%

Army

$76.0B Contract Spend 6.2%

Army

$123.3 Budget Authority 2.7%

Army

74.1K Contracts 6.3%

Army

29.2K Vendors 2.8%

Air Force

$68.9B Contract Spend 21.8%

Air Force

$145.7 Budget Authority 6.2%

Air Force

41.5K Contracts 1.0%

Air Force

17.4K Vendors 1.3%

Health and Human Services

$22.8B Contract Spend 5.1%%

The 2017 Federal Scorecard

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