Deltek and iCERT partner to provide an overview of Justice/Public Safety spending from FY2010-2012

Deltek Senior Analyst Jeff Webster reports.

Over the past three fiscal years, the justice and public safety market has seen its fair share of twists and turns as federal, state, and local priorities have changed due to economic hardship. While changes have taken place, the market remains consistent and resilient, with spending estimated to increase around 1 percent annually.

Deltek and the Industry Council for Emergency Response Technologies (iCERT) have partnered to provide a synopsis of spending at the state level for justice and public safety agencies nationwide from FY 2010-2012. This report addresses spending related to dispatch, communications, records, 911, courts, and correctional technologies across all 50 states.

Analyst Take:
Spending at the state level in the justice and public safety market is estimated at $107 billion in FY 2012. Much of this spending will be geared toward compliance with federal mandates, meeting the needs of an ever-changing community, and increasing efficiencies in public safety departments. Technologies such as radio communications, next generation 911, and information-sharing platforms will see a good bulk of the spending as the market is moving in the direction of interoperability and data sharing.
For a copy of the report, please go HERE.
For more information on iCERT, please go HERE.

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