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UK Public Expenditure Industrial Report2014: Global Industry Size, Share, Growth , Research Analysis and Opportunities

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Albany, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/22/2014 -- The public sector has long represented a major opportunity for private companies to sell products and services. With effectively no prospect of government spending falling to below 40% of UK GDP in the short term, the market is vast, and the drive for efficient service provision can only intensify with upward financial pressures on critical areas for environmental, social and demographic reasons.

Table of Content

Executive Summary

The market

Figure 1: Public expenditure as a % of GDP, 2005-13 actual and 2014-18 planned

Figure 2: Total public sector managed expenditure, 2009-13 actual and 2014-18 planned

Figure 3: Segmentation of public sector expenditure, by body, 2009-13

Figure 4: Segmentation of public sector expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 5: Development of capital expenditure by the public sector, 2009-13

Figure 6: Segmentation of capital expenditure by the public sector, 2013
Market factors
Companies
What we think

Introduction

Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning and issues in the market

UK Economy

Key points
Economic overview
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Business investment

Market Factors

Social

Figure 7: UK population projection, 2010-35
Economic
Political

Figure 8: Trends in total public sector spending, 2003-13

Market Size

Figure 9: Total managed expenditure, 2009-13

Market Segmentation

Figure 10: Segmentation of total managed expenditure, by function, 2009-13
Current expenditure

Figure 11: Segmentation of public sector current expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 12: Segmentation of current expenditure, by function, 2009-13
Capital expenditure

Figure 13: Segmentation of capital expenditure, by function, 2009-13
General public services

Figure 14: Segmentation of general public sector expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 15: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on general public services, by function, 2009-13
Defence

Figure 16: Segmentation of defence expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 17: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on defence, by function, 2009-13
Public order and safety

Figure 18: Segmentation of public order and safety expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 19: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on public order and safety, by function, 2009-13
Economic affairs

Figure 20: Segmentation of economic affairs expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 21: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on economic services, by function, 2009-13
Environmental protection

Figure 22: Development of environmental protection expenditure, by function, 2009-13

Figure 23: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on environmental protection, by function, 2009-13
Housing and community amenities

Figure 24: Development of public sector housing expenditure, 2009-13

Figure 25: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on housing and community amenities, by function, 2009-13
Health

Figure 26: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on health, by function, 2009-13
Recreation, culture and religion

Figure 27: Figure 15: Segmentation of recreation, culture and religion expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 28: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on recreation, culture and religion, by function, 2009-13
Education

Figure 29: Segmentation of education expenditure, by function, 2013

Figure 30: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on education, by function, 2009-13
Social protection

Figure 31: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on social protection, by function, 2009-13

Figure 32: Segmentation of social protection expenditure, by function, 2013
Summary of major recent activity
The welfare system
Health spending
Spending on schools
Efficiency
Public service pensions
Public sector pay restraint
De-centralising expenditure
Social housing
Higher education funding reform
Criminal justice reforms
Increasing tax revenues
Regional distribution

Figure 33: Regional distribution of identifiable public expenditure, 2009-13
General public services

Figure 34: Regional distribution of public expenditure on general public services, 2009-13
Defence
Public order

Figure 35: Regional distribution of public expenditure on public order, 2009-13
Economic affairs

Figure 36: Regional distribution of public expenditure on economic affairs, 2009-13
Environmental protection

Figure 37: Regional distribution of public expenditure on environmental protection, 2009-13
Housing and community amenities

Figure 38: Regional distribution of public expenditure on housing and community amenities, 2009-13
Health

Figure 39: Regional distribution of public expenditure on health, 2009-13
Recreation, culture and religion

Figure 40: Regional distribution of public expenditure on recreation, culture and religion, 2009-13
Education

Figure 41: Regional distribution of public expenditure on education, 2009-13
Social protection

Figure 42: Regional distribution of public expenditure on social protection, 2009-13

Industry Structure

Key points
Industry introduction

Amey

Figure 43: Financial analysis of Amey, 2009-13

Aspire Defence Holdings

Figure 44: Financial analysis of Aspire Defence Holdings, 2008-12

BAE Systems

Figure 45: Financial analysis of BAE Systems, 2008-12

Babcock International Group

Figure 46: Financial analysis of Babcock International Group, 2009-13

Balfour Beatty

Figure 47: Financial analysis of Balfour Beatty, 2009-13

Figure 48: Turnover analysis of Balfour Beatty by segment, 2012-13

Capita

Recent company activity

Figure 49: Financial analysis of Capita, 2009-13
Property and Infrastructure division performance

G4S Integrated Services

Recent company activity
Figure 50: Financial analysis of G4S Integrated Services, 2008-12

Ibm

Figure 51: Financial analysis of IBM United Kingdom, 2008-12

Interserve

Figure 52: Financial analysis of Interserve, 2009-13

Rolls-Royce

Figure 53: Financial analysis of Rolls-Royce, 2008-12

Serco

Figure 54: Financial analysis of Serco, 2008-12

Siemens

Figure 55: Financial analysis of Siemens, 2009-13

Sodexo

Figure 56: Financial analysis of Sodexo, 2008-12

Thales UK

Figure 57: Financial analysis of Thales UK, 2008-12

Wates Group

Figure 58: Financial analysis of Wates Group, 2009-13

Forecast

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