Analysis of U.S. Homeland Security R&D programs and budgets through 2010 released

Research and Markets has announced addition of "U.S. Homeland Security Research and Development - Markets, Programs and Forecasts - 2006-2010" to its offering. With over 470 pages, 307 graphs and 121 tables, the report provide a comprehensive analysis of the 2006-2010 HLS R&D activity that is funded by all major U.S. federal agencies and departments. Further, it dissects agencies, resources and budgets and provide the 2006-2010 R&D programs and budgets forecast segmented by four categories...

DUBLIN, Ireland, Dec. 16, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of "U.S. Homeland Security Research and Development - Markets, Programs and Forecasts - 2006-2010" to its offering.

With over 470 pages, 307 graphs and 121 tables, the report provide a comprehensive analysis of the 2006-2010 HLS R&D activity that is funded by all major U.S. federal agencies and departments. Further, it dissects agencies, resources and budgets and provide the 2006-2010 R&D programs and budgets forecast segmented by four categories:
1. 2006 - 2010 HLS R&D Budgets Forecast and Programs by Strategic Activity (i.e., Critical Infrastructure Protection, Defending Against Catastrophic Threats, Border & Transportation, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Intelligence and Warning)
2. 2006 - 2010 HLS R&D Budgets Forecast and Programs by Mission Activity (i.e., Intelligence, Physical Security, Chemical Defense, Nuclear/Radiological)
3. 2006 - 2010 HLS R&D Budgets Forecast and Programs by U.S. Federal Agency (i.e., DOD, Intelligence Community, DHS, DOE)
4. 2006 - 2010 HLS R&D Budgets Forecast and Programs by Grantee (i.e., Private Sector, Academic, Government)

Contents Include:
1. Executive Summary
2. U.S. HLS R&D Markets - 2006 - 2010
3. DHS - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
4. DOD - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
5. DHHS - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
6. DOE - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
7. USDA - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
8. EPA - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
9. NSF - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
10. TSWG - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
11. Intelligence Community (IC) - HLS R&D Markets - 2006-2010
12. Defense Against Catastrophic Threats HLS R&D Budget
13. Bio-Defense - HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
14. Nuclear/Radiological Countermeasures - HLS R&D
Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
15. Chemical Countermeasures - HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
16. Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) - HLS R&D Budget
Forecast - 2006-2010
17. Food Supply & Water Safety - HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
18. Cyber-Security - HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
19. Facilities Protection HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
20. Emergency Preparedness & Response (EP&R) HLS R&D
Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
21. Explosives Detection - HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
22. Physical Security HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
23. Emergency Responder Assistance Technology (ERAT) - HLS
24. Border & Transportation Security HLS R&D Budget Forecast - 2006-2010
25. HLS-Specific Fellowships & University Programs - 2006-2010
26. Investing In HLS Technology

For more information, visit: www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c29520.

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