The Department of Defense (DoD) budget request in the 2015 President’s Budget (PB) for Base Operations Support (BOS) is $ billion, not including overseas contingency operations (OCO) funding. The 2015 PB was released as this study was being completed and was included in the analysis, but OCO funding is delayed, awaiting decisions regarding Afghanistan.
BOS funding is expected to see a negative % compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2013 and 2018. The largest drop in planned funding occurs between 2013 and 2016 and is mainly caused by withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan.
The Army will account for % of the total spending in 2015.
In 2013, the DoD awarded $ billion to companies in the Base Operations Support Services (BOSS) market. DynCorp was the top firm with $billion in contracts.
The top market competitors received % of service contract spending in 2013.
OCO spending accounted for % of BOS service contracts in 2013.
About this report
US Base Operational Support Services (BOSS) funding is one of the areas that has absorbed the impact of increased spending in other sectors, especially during sequestration. While the key area for negative growth is the conflict zones, continental US spending has faced consistent pressure. The return of personnel from Afghanistan and Iraq has allowed a reduction in overall continental US services spending, but that may be temporary until a Base Realignment and Closure Commission changes the force and base structure. This study examines the demand for contracted services. The base year for the study is 2013, and the market forecast is from 2013 to 2018.
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