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  Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
 Decade: 2000-2009
 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
Homeland Security Grants: Evolution of Program Guidance and Grant Allocation Methods
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Homeland Security Grants: FY2003 - FY2006 Evolution of Program Guidance and Grant Allocation Methods
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security: Human Resources Management
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Homeland Security Intelligence: Perceptions, Statutory Definitions, and Approaches
This report provides a potential conceptual model of how to frame homeland security intelligence (HSINT), including geographic, structural/statutory, and holistic approaches. Given that state, local, tribal, and private sector officials play such an important role in HSINT, the holistic model, one not constrained by geography or levels of government, strikes many as the most compelling. The report argues that there is, in effect, a Homeland Security Intelligence Community (HSIC). Although the HSIC's members are diffused across the nation, they share a common counterterrorism interest. The proliferation of intelligence and information fusion centers across the country indicate that state and local leaders believe there is value to centralizing intelligence gathering and analysis in a manner that assists them in preventing and responding to local manifestations of terrorist threats to their people, infrastructure, and other assets. At the policy and operational levels, the communication and integration of federal HSINT efforts with these state and local fusion centers will likely remain an important priority and future challenge. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc462063/
Homeland Security Intelligence: Perceptions, Statutory Definitions, and Approaches
Although the activities involved in homeland security intelligence (HSINT) itself are not new, the relative importance of state, local, and private sector stakeholders; the awareness of how law enforcement information might protect national security; and the importance attached to homeland security intelligence have all increased substantially since the events of September 11, 2001. This report provides a potential conceptual model of how to frame HSINT, including geographic, structural/statutory, and holistic approaches. Given that state, local, tribal, and private sector officials play such an important role in HSINT, the holistic model, one not constrained by geography or levels of government, strikes many as the most compelling. The report argues that there is, in effect, a Homeland Security Intelligence Community (HSIC). While this community may not necessarily be a useful construct from a management perspective, it is nevertheless a community as traditionally defined. Although the HSIC’s members are diffused across the nation, they share a common counterterrorism interest. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs9515/
Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
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Homeland Security: Intelligence Support
Legislation establishing a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) (P.L. 107-296) included provisions for an information analysis element within the new department. It did not transfer to DHS existing government intelligence and law enforcement agencies but envisioned an analytical office utilizing the products of other agencies — both unevaluated information and finished reports — to provide warning of terrorist attacks, assessments of vulnerability, and recommendations for remedial actions at federal, state, and local levels, and by the private sector. In January 2003, the Administration announced its intention to establish a new Terrorist Threat Integration Center (TTIC) to undertake many of the tasks envisioned for the DHS informational analysis element, known as Information Analysis and Infrastructure Protection (IAIP), but some Members of Congress argue that TTIC cannot be a substitute for a DHS analytical effort. This report examines different approaches to improving the information analysis function and the sharing of information among federal agencies. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs10060/
Homeland Security: Management Positions for the Proposed Department
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Homeland Security: Management Positions for the Proposed Department
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Homeland Security: Navy Operations - Background and Issues for Congress
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Homeland Security: Navy Operations - Background and Issues for Congress
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Homeland Security: Navy Operations — Background and Issues for Congress
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Homeland Security: Navy Operations — Background and Issues for Congress
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Homeland Security: Navy Operations — Background and Issues for Congress
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Homeland Security Office: Issues and Options
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Homeland Security Proposals: Issues Regarding Transfer of Immigration Agencies and Functions
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Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
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Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
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Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
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Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
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Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
Recent events have focused attention on the threat that terrorists with shoulder fired surface-to-air missiles (SAMs), referred to as Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS), pose to commercial airliners. This report discusses SAMs and examines options for mitigating missile threats. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs8580/
Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles
Recent events have focused attention on the threat that terrorists with shoulder fired surface-to-air missiles (SAMs), referred to as Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS), pose to commercial airliners. This report discusses SAMs and examines options for mitigating missile threats. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs8539/
Homeland Security: Protecting Airspace in the National Capital Region
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Homeland Security - Reducing the Vulnerability of Public and Private Information Infrastructures to Terrorism: An Overview
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Homeland Security - Reducing the Vulnerability of Public and Private Information Infrastructures to Terrorism: An Overview
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Homeland Security Research and Development Funding Activities in Federal Agencies: A Preliminary Inventory
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Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
The Homeland Security Act consolidated some research and development (R&D) in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), whose FY2007 R&D budget (excluding management/procurement) was requested at $1.1 billion, about 10% less than FY2006, and represents the first decline in DHS's R&D funding since the agency started funding R&D in 2002. DHS is mandated to coordinate all federal agency homeland security R&D, which was requested at about $5.1 billion. This report lists related legislation and policy issues relating to DHS's R&D programs. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs10262/
Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
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Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
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Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
The Homeland Security Act consolidated some research and development (R&D) in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), whose FY2007 R&D budget (excluding management/procurement) was requested at $1.1 billion, about 10% less than FY2006, and represents the first decline in DHS's R&D funding since the agency started funding R&D in 2002. DHS is mandated to coordinate all federal agency homeland security R&D, which was requested at about $5.1 billion. This report lists related legislation and policy issues relating to DHS's R&D programs. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs9873/
Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
The Homeland Security Act consolidated some research and development (R&D) in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), whose FY2007 R&D budget (excluding management/procurement) was requested at $1.1 billion, about 10% less than FY2006, and represents the first decline in DHS's R&D funding since the agency started funding R&D in 2002. DHS is mandated to coordinate all federal agency homeland security R&D, which was requested at about $5.1 billion. This report lists related legislation and policy issues relating to DHS's R&D programs. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs9540/
Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
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Homeland Security Research and Development Funding, Organization, and Oversight
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Homeland Security: Roles and Missions for United States Northern Command
This report outlines the organizational structure of United States Northern Command (NORTHCOM), explains how NORTHCOM contributes to homeland security through the interagency process, and summarizes NORTHCOM's international relationships with Canada and Mexico. Some issues for Congress involving NORTHCOM include Department of Defense (DOD) reorganization and the Unified Command Plan, improving interagency relationships, NORTHCOM's increased reliance on reserve component service members, the ongoing Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center realignment, and the allocation of resources necessary for NORTHCOM to successfully plan for and execute its assigned missions. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc461896/
Homeland Security: Roles and Missions for United States Northern Command
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Homeland Security: Scope of the Secretary’s Reorganization Authority
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Homeland Security: Side-by-Side Comparison of H.R. 5005 and S. 2452, 107th Congress
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