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September 22, 2006

OMB lists high-risk DHS IT investments

Filed under: DHS News — by Christian Beckner on September 22, 2006

The Office of Management & Budget released a document recently that lists high-risk IT investments in the federal government, a list which includes many DHS programs:

  • Customs and Border Protection SBInet (Secure Border Intitiative)
  • eMerge2
  • FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) National Emergency Management Information System (eNEMIS)
  • O&A Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)
  • PREP Information Systems Security Line of Business (ISS LoB)
  • PREP National Asset Data Base (NADB)
  • PREP NS/EP Priority Telecommunications Service (PTS)
  • Science & Technology Directorate Disaster Management E-Gov
  • Science & Technology Directorate SAFECOM
  • Office of Screening Coordination and Operations US-VISIT (United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology)
  • Transportation Security Administration Alien Flight Student Program
  • Transportation Security Administration Hazmat Threat Assessment Program
  • Transportation Security Administration Registered Traveler (RT)
  • Transportation Security Administration Secure Flight/Crew Vetting
  • Transportation Security Administration Transportation Worker Identification Credentialing (TWIC)
  • United States Coast Guard Nationwide Automatic Identification System (NAIS)

For more context, see this GCN story.

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Comment by Lanny Precise

August 6, 2010 @ 12:28 am

This is a great site. Good sparkling interface and very informative articles. I will be coming back soon, thanks for the great article. Of course, you might also find some apartment listings in other traditional settings as well – maybe on a grocery store bulletin board.

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