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  1. Portsmouth University 18 / 06 /09 Opportunities in the Indian Homeland Security Market

  2. Overview Homeland Security Spend • Annual growth + 16% • $9.7 billion to 2016 • Navy & Coast Guard: $4.5 bn • Maritime security: $1.0 bn • Airport security: $3.2 bn • Sea Port security: $0.5 bn • Special events; $0.5 bn (Commonwealth Games)

  3. 8 Major Threat Domains • Border • Airport • Critical Infrastructure • First Responder C3i • Mass Transit • Maritime • Seaport • Large Event

  4. Government Procurement Structure MHA – Ministry of Home Affairs • Centralised responsibility for maintenance of Internal Security • Protection against threats: militancy, insurgency, disaster response • 28 devolved regions with independent governance • States responsibility for public order & police and control budgets

  5. Key Agencies within MHA Divisions • Internal Security • BSF – Border Management • Naxal Division • Police Modernization Division • NIA – National Investigative Agency • NSG – National Security Guard • CISF – Central Industrial Security Force (Protection of Vital Economic Infrastructure) • CRPF – Central Reserve Police Force

  6. Core Funding Programmes • Police Modernization & Augmentation – Central Paramilitary Forces ( CPMF) • Interceptor Boats for Coastal Security • Modernization of Police Forces (MPF) • Desert Policing – Gujarat, Rajasthan • Border Management – Implementation of Coastal Security Scheme and Integrated Check Posts (ICP’s) • Airports – AAI: development of key airports infrastructure and APIS – Phase 1 • CIAT – Counter Intelligence + Anti terrorism training

  7. Partnerships & FDI Programme • Cost effective technology & Partnerships with local companies are the Keys to Success • FDI – Foreign Direct Investment; active encouragement of private sector to pro-actively engage with foreign companies to partner Indian companies in JV’s technology transfers and manufacturing • Fast track procurement post 26/11 • “Reduce unnecessary procedures, bottle necks, red tape to streamline process” – Mr AK Antony, Minister of Defence • Priorities: C4ISR, IED detection & disposal, thermal imaging, access control & biometrics, X-ray systems, CBRNE

  8. Challenges • Slow Procurement Trends • Prevalent dependence on manpower intensive measures • Effective & reliable local partnerships • Emphasis on developing indigenous industry