Border Resilience In Action
The Border Management North Summit 2019, being held June 26-28 in Detroit, MI , will create a forum for military, state, local, federal law enforcement officials as well as industry leaders, as they tackle our nation’s most difficult challenges of finding workable solutions to border protection challenges that can be implemented in the field immediately.
Join us as we cover:
- Requirement Insights
- Tactical Level Solutions
- Integrating Border Operations
How DHS Will Use Technology to Meet the Key Strategic Objectives Outlined in the 2018 Northern Border Strategy
In 2018, DHS released an assessment of Northern Border security concluding that while the Northern Border remains an area of limited threat in comparison to the U.S. Southern Border, safeguarding and securing the Northern Border presents unique challenges related to terrain, the high volume of legitimate travel, criminal activity and poor infrastructure. In an effort to mitigate these risk, DHS released a new Northern Border Strategy that establishes a clear vision and discrete actions to be taken that will collectively improve DHS’s efforts to safeguard the Northern Border against terrorist and criminal threats, facilitate the flow of lawful cross-border trade and travel, and strengthen cross-border community resilience. The 3 key objectives listed in this strategy are:
- Enhance Border Security Operations
- Facilitate and Safeguard Lawful Trade and Travel
- Promote Cross-border Resilience
In this article, we provide an overview of those objectives and align them with the planned technology investments outlined in the 2020 budget request such as:
- Aircraft and vessels used for maritime and land detection, surveillance missions, and transportation of cargo and people
- Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)
- Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) Equipment Refresh/Recapitalization
- Remote Video Surveillance Systems (RVSS)
- Unattended Ground Sensors (UGS)
- Opioid Detection Equipment and Safeguards
Find out how much DHS is investing in the following technologies and how they intend to leverage them to preserve national security, protect economic vitality, enable operational agility and enable cross-border as well as cross-agency collaboration.
We worked closely with our partners at Homeland Security Newswire to bring you the most up-to-date news on what is happening in the world of Border Management. Covering topics from, Confronting the Opioid Crisis, DHS’s Immersive Imaging System’s and more, this briefing will bring you the information that you need to know now.
As border-related spending for FY 2019 is up in the air until December 7th, we took a look at the six original investments included in the Department of Homeland Security's Budget request. We then spoke with Nelson Balido, subject matter expert and Chairman of the Border Management Summit, to hear his thoughts how these priorities will play out in 2019. As well as:
- A Few Thoughts on the President's FY 2019 Budget Request for Border Security
- Border Investments to Prioritize in 2019
- The Future of Border Security & Overcoming Current Challenges
- Anticipated Modifications to Appear in the Finalized FY 2019 Budget for Border Security
- Why It's Pertinent to Attend the Upcoming Border Management Summit
- And More!
We took a look at the latest technologies being utilized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to secure and manage the border. In FY 2018, CBP allocated $2.28 billion in funding towards their Procurement, Construction, and Improvements (PCI) account. Included within the PCI account was an itemized list of border security technology priorities. Additionally, the President's FY 2019 budget request provides crucial investments in U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) technology to enhance the overall border security capabilities of front-line operations.
Just in the past few months, the Department of Homeland Security has implemented several new biometric initiatives by the border. Download this article to learn about the latest technological developments taking place in US border security.
The challenges facing today’s border agencies and international organizations are acute and becoming ever more demanding. Read this article to find out the three major reasons why border investment is critical.
The challenge of unprecedented demographic trends, irregular migration patterns, geopolitical complexity and the heightened terror threat have made border control and security one of the polemic issues of our time. The implementation of "smart" border systems with ever evolving technological sophistication is seen as the key to establishing a safer and more easily protected environment for the transit of goods and people.
Defence IQ sat down with Rear Admiral Patrick Augier, France’s Deputy Secretary General for the Sea to discuss his thoughts on French maritime border control priorities and terrorism prevention strategies at sea.
In preparation for the 2018 Border Management Summit, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:
- SAP Border Protection
- Achieving Global Maritime Security & Sea Control: Expanding the Role of the US Coast Guard DSF
- Enhancing Border Security Through Innovation & Emerging Technology
- Infrastructure and Technology on the Southwest Border