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Defense Breakdown Economic Impact Report
By Place of Performance Data -- Sorted by Contracting Office

(FY 2012 Defense Contracts Baseline Data)

Estimated 9% to 18% Annual Budget Reductions Starting in FY 2013

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  • Our military is carrying an unfair burden of deficit cuts. To date, our Defense budget has been hit with 50% of deficit reduction -- yet it accounts for less than 20% of total federal spending. As a result of these cuts, in 2012 President Obama limited U.S. military capability to fighting one "regional conflict" and one "holding action."
  • Sequestration Defense budget cuts of $500 billion, combined with previous Defense cuts of another $487 billion, will cut defense spending in local communities by 9% to 18% between 2013 and 2021.
  • These reports show how estimates of defense budget reductions from 9% to 18% could affect Utah with cuts in defense jobs and businesses. Ask your elected officials for ongoing updates on how these defense cuts will affect your community.
  • Alternative solutions have been proposed to maintain a strong defense, reduce our deficit and avoid tax increases. Elected officials have proposed that the President and Congress reduce mandatory entitlement spending and make cuts in the non-security programs in the Federal budget. Over 60% of federal spending goes to entitlements like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and now Obamacare.

StateCountyContract YearGco$ AmountReduction
   by 9.0%
   by 18.0%
UtahSummit2012Defense Logistics Agency$10,587,006-$952,831-$1,905,661
UtahSummit2012Defense Supply Center Columbus$230,959-$20,786-$41,573
UtahSummit2012Defense Supply Center Philadelphia$120,394-$10,835-$21,671
UtahSummit2012DLA Aviation$586,988-$52,829-$105,658
UtahSummit2012DLA Troop Support$7,893-$710-$1,421
UtahSummit2012DSC Philadelphia$197,636-$17,787-$35,574
UtahSummit2012DSC Richmond$1,321,298-$118,917-$237,834
UtahSummit2012DSCC/Maritime Supplier Oper$10,198-$918-$1,836
UtahSummit2012Naval Air Engineering Station$281,884-$25,370-$50,739
UtahSummit2012Naval Air Warfare Center$6,682-$601-$1,203
UtahSummit2012Naval Inventory Control Point$8,584,772-$772,630-$1,545,259
UtahSummit2012Naval Special Warfare Group Two$8,735-$786-$1,572
UtahSummit2012T-ASA, Sacramento Contrng. OFC.$6,000-$540-$1,080
UtahSummit2012USPFO for Idaho$267,959-$24,116-$48,233
UtahSummit2012USPFO for Utah$31,200-$2,808-$5,616
UtahSummit2012USPFO for West Virginia$10,375-$934-$1,868
UtahSummit2012USSOCOM, Tako Contracting Div.$557,480-$50,173-$100,346
TOTAL   $22,817,459-$2,053,571-$4,107,144

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Created by the Center for Security Policy Defense Breakdown Economic Impact Report Generator (v.2.8.0-PoP) November 6, 2013 18:12:23