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Critics Call for DHS Overhaul

- If, as the saying goes, a camel is a horse designed by committee, then the only question unresolved by critics of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is whether the agency has one hump or two. But it's not too late to reengineer this domestic dromedary, according to a new paper by the Heritage Foundation and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

Terrorist Prison Population to Explode in England and Wales

- Prison officials say new high-security prisons will need to be built if estimates are correct.

Go Forth Without Fraud

- Companies planning to compete for homeland security funds through government grants and contracts must first make sure they have a strong fraud prevention program in place.

Key to Winning Contracts

- Here’s what companies need to know to compete successfully for homeland security projects.

DHS Releases "Chemicals of Interest" List

- Companies holding these chemicals beyond a certain quantity will have to submit to DHS' Top-Screen, an online risk assessment tool.

Home on the Page: Port Security

- The Coast Guard and port security.

Too Much Intelligence?

- Centralizing U.S. intelligence operations.

Regulatory Update

- Chart - Regulator Update

Grants Issued

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Counterdeception Principles and Applications for National Security

- The term "instant classic" is an oxymoron, but it nevertheless may apply to Counterdeception Principles and Applications for National Security.

DHS Embraces Blogging

- One more example of the blogging trend among top government officials.
 




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