Federal Information Security Market, 2016-2021
Published: October 31, 2016
Deltek's Federal Information Security Market, 2016-2021 examines the trends and drivers shaping the federal information security marketplace and provides a forecast for the next five years.
Within this context, federal leaders are focused on enhancing the cybersecurity posture of agencies at every level, attempting to overcome capability gaps and budget, personnel, and regulatory constraints. To address their information security gaps, agencies continue to look to industry partners for the skill sets, services, processes, and tools necessary to mount both defensive and offensive cybersecurity strategies.
Deltek forecasts the demand for vendor-furnished information security products and services by the U.S. federal government will increase from $9.3 billion in FY 2016 to $12.0 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.3%.
This report identifies and analyzes the trends and drivers impacting the market’s growth and identifies and sizes the following five major segments within the federal information security marketplace:
Critical Insight for Vendors
This report provides a view of diverse factors driving the federal cybersecurity market with market sizing for the Defense, Civilian, and Intelligence segments and spending by federal departments, their major information security activities, and how dollars flow across segments. The report provides recommendations to guide solutions providers in maximizing their market positioning to best take advantage of federal business opportunities.
Deltek’s Federal Information Security Market, 2016-2021 is delivered in PowerPoint® presentation format, including an Executive Briefing presentation summarizing the key findings and an Excel® workbook with data for the various forecasts and other key findings.
Historical Spending, FY 2013-2015
Agency Analysis: FY13-15 Obligations, Strategic Priorities, Issues, and Programs, Forecasts
Top 10 Departments
Additional Departments and Agencies
Conclusions and Recommendations