Press Release

NASA Budget Information Debuts in the Focus|NASA Market Intelligence Tool

By SpaceRef Editor
September 17, 2014
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InfoBase Publishers, Inc. today announces the addition of the complete NASA budget to the Focus|NASA market intelligence service.

“Focus|NASA is the only market intelligence service dedicated exclusively to NASA, and today’s update makes it even better,” said Stuart McCutchan, president of InfoBase Publishers, Inc. “The seamless integration of the NASA budget with our contracts, opportunities, and daily updates helps complete our customers’ understanding of this vital and growing aerospace marketplace.”

The addition of the NASA budget is the result of a partnership with, an enterprise focused on providing products which enhance understanding of the U.S. government’s budgetary process and priorities.

“Our NASA budget product offers deep and well-organized line-item level insights into $17.5 billion worth of annual spending,” said GovBudgets president and CEO John Morris. “It’s a unique and valuable tool in its own right. But integrated with InfoBase’s Focus|NASA product, it achieves a level of usefulness which would not be possible on its own. Working together, these products provide direct connections between the money being spent and who and what it’s being spent on.”

The NASA Budget tool contains all the information found in NASA’s FY15 budget submission. This is supplemented with analysis from GovBudget analysts, with an emphasis on spacecraft payloads and launch vehicles.

A webinar showcasing the Focus|NASA product will be held on Thurs. September 18th at 2pm ET. Automatically add this event to your online calendar app (i.e., Microsoft Outlook) by clicking here:

“The session will be fast, informal, and should hold the interest of sales, BD, capture, and strategy professionals,” says InfoBase VP Bill Burton, who will host the session.

Founded in 1996, InfoBase Publishers, Inc., is the leading publisher of competitive intelligence on the aerospace and defense industry. Please visit

SpaceRef staff editor.