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November 21, 2006

A compilation of DHS websites

Filed under: DHS News — by Christian Beckner on November 21, 2006

In my continuing efforts to refine and update the links on the right-hand column of this site, I’ve added a new page that lists the myriad websites controlled by the Department of Homeland Security and its constituent agencies. The purpose of this page is to highlight the multiple sources of official information from DHS available on the Internet, above and beyond the main dhs.gov website, which is increasingly difficult to find new information on given its revised layout. Note that a few of these links are entry points for closed systems for certain communities (e.g. law enforcement officials), and not accessible to the general public.

I’ve probably missed a few – if you see a notable omission, e-mail me and let me know.

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Comment by Michael Hampton

November 21, 2006 @ 7:33 pm

How many web sites does one department need?!

And why is it that, right after I mention the hidden RSS feeds on DHS’s main web site, they suddenly stop working?

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