United States Defense Budget Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts 2019-2024 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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United States - Defense Budget Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2024 provides readers with detailed analysis of both historic and forecast defense industry values, factors influencing demand and an analysis of industry leading companies. It offers detailed analysis of the US defense industry with market size forecasts covering the next five years.

Shifting from Post-9/11 asymmetric warfare to complete readiness for potential conflicts with peer- or near peer-competitors is a Copernican revolution for The Pentagon at every level: diplomatic, military, and doctrinal, and also in terms of procurement and training. Russia and China are normally identified as the top challengers of American hegemony around the world, notably from a military perspective. Preserving the status quo necessitates more expenditure in existing platform upgrades and new technology integration, evidenced by the current trend of budget allocation.

This year's DoD budget will increase by 3% from FY 2018, which was already one of the highest recorded in history (although smaller than FY 2017). However, expenditures on actual acquisitions is in contrast to this trend. The procurement budget will hit $143 billion for FY 2020, after two consecutive years of $150 billion. More money is actually going into personnel, infrastructure, and O&M expenditure.

This report will also analyze factors that influence demand for the industry, key market trends, and challenges faced by industry participants.

Scope

  • Shifting from Post-9/11 asymmetric warfare to complete readiness for potential conflicts with peer- or near peer-competitors is a Copernican revolution for The Pentagon at every level: diplomatic, military, and doctrinal, and also in terms of procurement and training. Russia and China are normally identified as the top challengers of American hegemony around the world, notably from a military perspective.
  • Preserving the status quo necessitates more expenditure in existing platform upgrades and new technology integration, evidenced by the current trend of budget allocation. This year's DoD budget will increase by 3% from FY 2018, which was already one of the highest recorded in history (although smaller than FY 2017).
  • However, expenditures on actual acquisitions is in contrast to this trend. The procurement budget will hit $143 billion for FY 2020, after two consecutive years of $150 billion. More money is actually going into personnel, infrastructure, and O&M expenditure.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Regulation

2.1. Military Doctrine and Strategy

2.2. Budgeting Process

2.3. Procurement Policy and Process

3. Security Environment

3.1. Primary Threat Perception

3.2. Political and Strategic Alliances

4. Defense Market

4.1. Current Budget

4.1.1. Total DoD budget

4.1.2. Market size

4.1.3. Market shares

4.2. Budgeted Procurements

4.2.1. Aerospace

4.2.2. Maritime

4.2.3. Land

4.2.4. Unmanned

4.2.5. Missiles

4.3. Forecasted Procurements

4.3.1. Fixed-Wing and Rotorcraft

4.3.2. Maritime

4.3.3. Land

4.4. Import Market Dynamics

4.4.1. Main drivers

4.4.2. Breakdown by geography

4.4.3. Breakdown by category

4.5. Export Market Dynamics

4.5.1. Main drivers

4.5.2. Breakdown by geography

4.5.3. Breakdown by category

4.6. Entry Strategy

5. Standing Fleet

5.1. Selected Land Platforms

5.2. Selected Air Platforms

5.3. Selected Maritime Platforms

6. Business Environment

6.1. GDP Per Capita

6.2. GDP, Current Prices

6.3. Exports of goods and services in local currency

6.4. Imports of goods and services in local currency

6.5. Gross National Disposable Income (US$ Billion)

6.6. Market Capitalization of Listed Companies

6.7. Market Capitalization of Listed Companies (% of GDP)

6.8. Government Cash Surplus/Deficit as % of GDP

6.9. Goods exports as % of GDP

6.10. Goods imports as % of GDP

6.11. Service Imports as % of GDP

6.12. Service Exports as % of GDP

6.13. Foreign Direct Investment

6.14. Net foreign direct investment as % of GDP

6.15. Mining, Manufacturing, Utilities Output

7. About this report

Companies Mentioned

  • Impar Seguros
  • Garantia Seguros

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