Department of Homeland Security FY17 Spend and
Priorities for the Next Administration 

Although there is little debate over the ever-increasing importance of the Department of Homeland Security, how the Department should deliver the greatest public good is a matter of continuous debate in Washington.

This analysis breaks down how budget accounts have been leveraged for agency spending in the past and could be used by presidential candidates in the future.

Highlights Include:

  • DHS spending is underpinned by three department-wide objectives: modernization, mission relevancy, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Customs & Border Protection, Transportation Security Agency and DHS Office of Procurement Operations fueled a 16 percent increase in overall DHS contract obligations to $14.6B in FY16.
  • Transportation Security Agency presents the greatest opportunity for the next administration to shape operating concepts and procurement requirements.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Navy

$88.0B Contract Spend 0.2%

Navy

$149.2B Budget Authority 1.1%

Navy

104.3K Contract Spend 3.1%

Navy

52.8K Vendors 9.6%

Army

$71.4B Contract Spend 6.7%

Army

$119.5 Budget Authority 2.1%

Army

86.7K Contracts 4.5%

Army

53.3K Vendors 8.8%

Air Force

$56.4B Contract Spend 4.1%

Air Force

$136.9 Budget Authority 1.3%

Air Force

41.4K Contracts 4.8%

Air Force

22.6K Vendors 6.3%

The 2016 Federal Scorecard

Government Executive Media Group and Govini are proud to present The 2016 Federal Scorecard. Utilizing a big data approach to provide a broad picture of agency and contractor activity with more than 6,000 data points, the Scorecard is a powerful market intelligence resource creating a provocative view into the Federal procurement landscape.

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