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Border Management South 2019

The southern border shared between Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. is an enormous economic gateway for the United States, but it requires control, safety and modernization to maintain it. Enforcing laws and securing the border is a top priority for the Department of Homeland Security. As time passes ...

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Border Security 2020: Where is the $2 Billion Federal Border Security Budget Going?

Over the past 3 years, border security has emerged as a top priority for DHS. In fact, over the past year, DHS has deployed an unprecedented level of personnel, technology, and resources to protect and secure our nation’s border. In FY20, DHS will invest upwards of $2 Billion out of...

Border Control Solutions for COVID-19

The world has become a very connected place over the past 50 years, and this change has led to an unprecedented era of economic growth and prosperity. However, the accessibility of international travel also enables the rapid spread of pathogens from country to country.However, the rapid onset of the global...

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The Top Six Priorities for Border Security in 2019

After taking a look at the six original investments included in the Department of Homeland Security's Budget request, we spoke with Nelson Balido, subject matter expert and Chairman of the 2018 Border Management Summit, to hear his thoughts how these priorities will play out in 2019. As well as: A...

A Look at the Innovative Technologies Securing the Border

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...

Recent Biometric Developments in US Border Security

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.


Procurement & Border Management

Border management modernization requirements.The improvement of border management integration, including tailored procurement of specialized equipmentPresentation by Rose Marie Davis, Portfolio Acquisition Executive, Director, Innovation.Program.Acquisitions, Entry/Exit Transformation, Planning, Program Analysis and Evaluation, Office of Field Operations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Air & Marine Operations and Border Management

Contingency and national operations on the border.Contingency operations and national operations.Fleet-Wide (aviation and vessel) strategy to modernize sensors, improves sustainability, and plan upgrade paths.Science & Technology for border securityAn overview of DHS's overall investment strategy Presentation by Dennis Michelini, Director of Air and Marine Operation, CBP

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2019 Border Management Solution Providers Guide

Take a look at the 2018 Border Management Onsite Guide and see the audeince breakdown, speakers, participation opportunities and more. For additional information please contact