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7/6/09 - Better radios could mean better interoperability

Homeland Security will soon play guinea pig to a new multi-frequency radio that may improve interoperability during an emergency. A pilot program will evaluate multi-band, hand held radios that would allow first responders to talk on different frequencies. DHS says the program which will include 14 organizations would provide users with improved incident communications capabilities. The only potential snag? Convincing the first response community the equipment is a good investment.

Tags: technology , Interoperability Report ,

Tuesday - 07/14/2009, 05:52pm EDT

E-Verify as digital border fence

Beginning in September federal contractors will need to confirm the identities of their 4 million workers through Homeland Security's E-Verify program.

Tags: contracting , E-verify , Brian Bilbray

Thursday - 07/09/2009, 02:08pm EDT

E-Verify rule changes

Tags: E-verify , Brian Bilbray

Thursday - 07/09/2009, 10:45am EDT

Mexico's #1 crime problem: American guns

Tags: mngt , GAO , Jess Ford , Mexico , guns , ICE , ATF ,

Monday - 06/29/2009, 10:20am EDT

Department of Homeland Security

Mary Ellen Callahan
Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Freedom of Information Act Officer
June 25, 2009

Tags: Mary Ellen Callahan , privacy , FOIA , mngt , Agency of the Month , IT , oversight , tech

Thursday - 06/25/2009, 10:29am EDT

In his own words: DHS IG Rick Skinner

The Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security looks back over 40 years of public service, and sees change.

Tags: mngt , Richard Skinner , IG , Jane Norris , Suzanne Kubota

Friday - 06/26/2009, 01:15pm EDT
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