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Business Strategy: U.S. Federal Government IT Security Spending Forecast and Market Outlook

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Business Strategy: U.S. Federal Government IT Security Spending Forecast and Market Outlook

This IDC Government Insights report offers a U.S. federal IT security forecast through 2017 plus breakouts, by agency, of the major IT security initiatives currently underway. It also looks at how IT security elements within government offices can be significantly different than what is seen in other industries -- because of the need for physical and national security. Federal IT security spending continues to climb, increasing at an anticipated 3-6% each year through 2017.

"At this time, many agencies are reviewing how their move to cloud-based solutions might affect their overall IT security posture," says Shawn P. McCarthy, research director at IDC Government Insights. "Many are finding that unified threat management solutions are becoming increasingly popular."

Table of Contents

IDC Government Insights Opinion

In This Study

Situation Overview

Recent Trends

The Approach

Monitoring Key Offices

Offices That Focus on IT Security Issues

Offices That Focus on Issues Related to Physical or National Security

Key Security Initiatives

Staffing

IT Security Spending -- The Big Picture

IT Security Spending Versus IT Spending on National Security Solutions

IT Security Views -- By Federal Agency

Department of Defense

Department of Veterans Affairs

Department of Homeland Security

Department of Health and Human Services

Department of the Treasury

Department of Agriculture

Social Security Administration

Department of Energy

Department of Justice

Department of State

Department of Commerce

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Department of the Interior

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Department of Transportation

Department of Education

General Services Administration

Environmental Protection Agency

Department of Labor

Department of Housing and Urban Development

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Small Business Administration

National Science Foundation

Smaller Agencies

Future Outlook

Essential Guidance

Actions to Consider

For Government Agencies

For Vendors

Learn More

Related Research

Synopsis

Table: Defense Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Department of Veterans Affairs Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Department of Homeland Security Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Department of Health and Human Services Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Treasury Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Agriculture Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Social Security Administration Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Energy Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Justice Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: State Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Commerce Department Top 6 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Interior Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: NASA Top 2 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Transportation Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Education Department Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: General Services Administration Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Environmental Protection Agency Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Labor Department Top 5 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Department of Housing and Urban Development Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Small Business Administration Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: National Science Foundation Top 2 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Smithsonian Institution Top 2 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: U.S. Agency for International Development Top 4 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: Office of Personnel Management Top Area of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: National Archives and Records Administration Top 2 Areas of Focus for IT Security Spending, FY12-FY14 ($M)

Table: U.S. Federal Government IT Security Spending by Security Solution, 2012-2017 ($M)

Figure: U.S. Federal Budgeted IT Security Spending Share by Agency, 2014

Figure: Spending on Traditional IT Security, FY12-FY14

Figure: National Security Spending on Traditional IT Security, FY12-FY14

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