DoD SOCOM

US DoD Special Operations Command


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Research Overview

The modeling tools and services market is a diverse and disparate market. A considerable number of modeling and simulation (M&S) tools are used for different reasons and objectives. The research enclosed will review the U.S. DoD fiscal year 2013 Research, Development, Evaluation, and Test (RDT&E) program projections that make use of modeling tools and services. Specific tools and services are not listed as most are either designed by the government or are subcontracted by larger companies. Drivers and restraints data will be based on general modeling tools and services market dynamics. Select projects are highlighted where modeling tools and services are specifically implemented.

Market Overview

This research highlights defense programs that utilize M&S in some form or fashion. The budget data and the spending forecast are both based on total program or total project budget requests.
The following reasons indicate why costs for specific modeling tools and services are not isolated in this research:

  • Some expenditures are embedded within other cost categories.
  • Tools and services may be customized in phases.
  • The government may design and produce tools and services for single-purpose efforts.

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary

  2. Market Overview

  3. DoD Modeling Tools and Services
    1. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
    2. Forecasts and Trends
    3. Market Share and Competitive Analysis
  4. Army Segment Breakdown

  5. Navy Segment Breakdown

  6. Air Force Segment Breakdown

  7. Joint Segment Breakdown

  8. The Last Word

  9. Appendix

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Frost & Sullivan: Continuing Counter-terror Operations Sustain US DoD Budget for Special Operations Command

Analysis predicts stable funding up to 2018

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Dec. 19, 2013 – U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Special Operations Command (SOCOM) spending is anticipated to remain stable over the next few years, despite existing budget pressures. Investments in commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products as well as networking and collaboration tools will rise as they lower overall costs and enhance efficiency.

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan’s US DoD Special Operations Command Budget (www.defense.frost.com) finds spending on military products and services stood at $10.09 million in 2012 and estimates this to reach $10.60 million in 2018.

For more information on this research, please email Jennifer Carson, Corporate Communications, at jennifer.carson@frost.com, with your full name, company name, job title, telephone number, company email address, company website, city, state and country.

“With the U.S. DoD SOCOM involved in direct operations, training or relationship building in over 100 countries, the need for operations and maintenance services as well as military system upgrades is on the rise,” noted Frost & Sullivan Aerospace & Defense Senior Industry Analyst Brad Curran. “U.S. policy to forge low-footprint, low-cost military relationships to achieve counter-terror objectives provides the foundation for budget and acquisition plans.”

The U.S. DoD SOCOM is also expected to spend on new platforms, especially training and ground mobility vehicles up to 2018. In terms of technology, expenditure will focus on incremental size, weight and power (SwaP) product improvements. Command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance systems, training and simulation, as well as rotary wing applications will witness maximum growth.

However, the combined effects of sequestration, continuing resolutions, reprogramming, and overseas contingency operations is driving up costs, delaying real reform to the requirements process and stifling new technology implementation. This leads to uncertainty surrounding the budget and future U.S. DoD SOCOM programs, which hinders efficient research, development, testing, evaluation, procurement, and fielding of military systems.

This poses a further challenge for large system integrators, as they lose skilled engineers and become reluctant to invest in or acquire small firms with innovative technologies.

“Market participants should offer cost-effective, high-performance military systems in order to win more contracts with the U.S. DoD SOCOM,” said Curran. “They will also do well to extend reliable support services and build strong relationships with contractors.”

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