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FY 2014 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities – MODULE 1

Published: April 30, 2013

This report consists of MODULE 1 of Deltek's FY 2014 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities report, which analyzes agencies’ FY 2014 budgets and priorities.

Deltek’s report FY 2014 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities – MODULE 1 provides analysis of the spending priorities and policy initiatives in the Obama Administration’s $3.8 trillion FY 2014 budget request.

This report analyzes major budget themes and top priorities for the Obama Administration in FY 2014, and delivers agency budget profiles consisting of the following elements:
  • Discretionary Budget Priorities and Observations
  • Discretionary Budget Requests
  • Overall Contractor-Addressable Budgets
  • Information Technology Budget Priorities and Observations
  • The mix of departmental technology budget Development, Enhancement and Modernization (DME) spending verses Steady State (SS) funding
  • Overall and Contractor-Addressable Information Technology Budgets

Critical Insight for Vendors

This report provides companies and other interested parties with a detailed view of upcoming fiscal year federal spending plans and is designed to enhance a firm’s business development planning with relevant strategic and tactical analysis.

Deltek’s report FY 2014 Federal Budget Request: Challenges and Opportunities – MODULE 1 is delivered in PowerPoint® format.

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- Introduction - Budget Request Overview - IT Plans and Strategies - Agency Analysis - Defense-wide (OSD) - Air Force - Army - Navy - Homeland Security - Transportation - Health and Human Services - Treasury - Veterans Affairs - Justice - Commerce - Agriculture - Energy - NASA - State/AID - Interior - Labor - Education - Housing and Urban Development - Social Security Administration - General Service Administration - Environmental Protection Agency - National Science Foundation - Small Business Administration - Other Agencies - Conclusions and Recommendations - Appendix