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Federal Intelligence Community IT Market, FY 2017-2022

Published: December 20, 2017

Federal Market AnalysisBig DataCloud ComputingCybersecurityForecasts and SpendingIntelligencePolicy and Legislation

Deltek’s Federal Intelligence Community IT Market, FY 2017 - 2022 report takes an in depth look at the policies, structure, workforce, spending trends and technological initiatives propelling the intelligence community’s acquisition market.

An expanding threat landscape, increasing sophistication of adversary tactics, data proliferation and the rapid pace of technology evolution are heightening mission demands within the Intelligence Community (IC). Information technology is a critical enabler for a community that relies heavily on its ability to collect, analyze and leverage data for critical decision-making. IT solutions such as cybersecurity, cloud computing, big data, and mobility are in high demand by intelligence agencies looking to create IT environments that support their increasingly complex national security missions. The often secretive and isolated agencies are working to build cohesive and shared IT infrastructures to eliminate duplication and improve information sharing, efficiency and security. The intelligence community is also looking towards new technologies such as artificial intelligence and advanced analytics to manage the growing volume of data and enhance analyst capabilities. Deltek takes a strategic look at how the intelligence community will continue to invest in solutions to improve and unify IT needs.

Deltek forecasts federal demand within the intelligence community IT market to remain flat from $9.7 billion in FY 2017 to $9.9 billion in FY 2022 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 0.5%.

Key Findings

  • The broad and sophisticated threat environment facing the Intelligence Community will continue to drive demand for cutting-edge technology and tools.
  • Policy and legislative initiatives will shape the Intelligence Community’s surveillance abilities and resources, creating a greater need for solutions to maximize the value of intelligence data, such as artificial intelligence and advanced analytics.
  • The national security risks caused by information silos continue to drive intelligence agencies to push forward with shared IT infrastructure and architectures to eliminate information stovepipes and drive efficiency, collaboration, and security.
  • The IC is making efforts to improve transparency and workforce diversification that may lead to contracting opportunities to help fulfill mission needs.
  • Critical Insight for Vendors

    Deltek’s Federal Intelligence Community IT Market, FY 2017 - 2022 report takes a strategic 5-year view of the market factors shaping federal procurement within the Intelligence Community.

    The report provides:

  • The threats, policies, workforce issues, spending, and technology drivers and trends influencing the intelligence environment.
  • Analysis of government-wide and agency-specific IT spending within the Intelligence Community.
  • Forecasted contractor-addressable IT spending in the intelligence marketplace.
  • Recommendations to help contractors evaluate the impact of trends on their businesses.
  • Deltek's Federal Intelligence Community IT Market, FY 2017 - 2022 report is delivered in PowerPoint® format, including a PowerPoint® Executive Briefing, and an Excel® data workbook.

    Federal Intelligence Community IT Market, FY 2017 - 2022

    Introduction

  • Purpose, Scope and Methodology of the Report
  • Forecast Methodology
  • Key Findings
  • Market Trends and Drivers

    Contracting Trends, FY 2014 - 2016

    IT Market Forecast

    Agency Analysis

  • Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  • Air Force Intelligence
  • Army Intelligence
  • Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Navy Intelligence
  • Marine Corps Intelligence
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • National Security Agency
  • National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • National Reconnaissance Office
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Drug Enforcement Agency
  • Homeland Security
  • Coast Guard Intelligence
  • State
  • Energy
  • Treasury
  • Conclusions and Recommendations

    Appendix