The President’s 2018 Budget requests $44.1 billion in net discretionary budget authority for The Department of Homeland Security, a $2.8 billion increase from 2017 annualized CR level. This increased investment in the Nation’s border security and immigration enforcement efforts now would ultimately save Federal resources in the future. The infographic report summarizes spend across major agencies, key investment initiatives and our Current Speaker Feature representing top DHS departments.
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The Future of Biometric Tech: A Conversation with Paul Hunter the Chief of Biometrics Strategy at USCIS, DHS
In this interview we sat down with Paul Hunter the Chief of Biometrics Strategy at U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He explores the current and future use of biometric technology at USCIS. He mentions that “Voice holds a lot of promise in the digital age,” and elaborates on ways that voice analytics can help at USCIS.
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The Department of Homeland Security 2019 Budget Report created by IDGA is derived from the Presidents 2019 Budget Report.
Key Agency breakdown includes: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Coast Guard, TSA, ICE, FEMA, U.S. Secret Service, NPPD and USCIS.
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View the Currently Attendee Snapshot to see what organizations will be onsite at the 2018 Homeland Security Week. For more information please contact Max Miller
Homeland Security Week 2018 was our best Homeland event yet! Check out the most unforgettable moments from the week in the Post Show Report. Included in the report is a list of our top speakers, attending companies, top benefits of attending, sights of HSW18 and what our attendees had to say!
Check out the HSW Post Show Report, then join us again in 2019! If you would like to get a copy of this report sent to you, e-mail us at email@example.com with the subject line HSW_PSR Request
We are living during complex times with growing advancements in technology alongside the global presence of evolving terrorists operations. Homeland Security Week has been designed to provide the necessary dialogue to help drive homeland security initiatives to protect our homeland.
Key themes running throughout the summit include:
- Border Management and Surveillance
- Cyber Security
- Critical Infrastructure
- Processing, Exploiting and Disseminating Intelligence and ISR Platforms
- Counter Terrorism and Safe Cities
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The 14th Annual Homeland Security Week (HSW) will gather homeland security stakeholders and industry providers alike to take a deep dive into current challenges and future requirements necessary for numerous government agencies, all directly or indirectly responsible for U.S. homeland security, to facilitate a complex, joint, multi-layered plan that will combat the evolving challenges our country faces - all while ensuring the support of the communities they serve. HSW will offer industry providers the unprecedented opportunity to showcase their capabilities and network with the most influential collection of stakeholders under one roof, at one time!
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National security is currently at the forefront of this White House administration's agenda. With the increase of threats and challenges facing our nations security the DHS has not only increased its 2020 budget but has dedicated billions of dollars to improve it's efforts in cyber and physical security. The recent creation of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency ( CISA) one priority next year is to focus on protecting the Nation's critical infrastructure from physical and cyber threats, requiring collaboration between both government and private sector organizations.
Ahead of the 14th Homeland Security Week in Washington D.C. we compiled this
exclusive report that breaks down the top physical and
cyber security investment priorities and budgets for FY20 within the DHS
View the DHS Funding Priorities & the 2020 Budget for Cyber Security Resilence or Request a copy to your email
On March 18, 2019, DHS released its (FY) 2020 Budget request to Congress. In it, they outlined their plan to invest nearly $51.7 billion in the solutions, strategies and resources necessary to combat terrorism, defend our nations borders, facilitate safe trade and more in 2020.
Since then, the 2020 DHS budget has undergone a number of changes. On June 11, 2019, the House Appropriations Committee approved a $49.7 billion Adjusted Net Discretionary Budget. This amount represents a $2.2 billion above the fiscal year 2019 enacted level and $1.9 billion below the President’s initial request.
Both the original budget request and the appropriations bill emphasized cybersecurity, border security technology and systems modernization as key objectives for 2020. In this mega-infographic, we’ve broken down DHS’s most significant anticipated investments for 2020 to shed light on where DHS is investing and how these investments support the agency’s mission.
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