Congressional Research Service (CRS) published its outline of homeland security issues facing the 113th congress. You can find a copy of the 70 page CRS report on the Federation of American Scientists’ CRS homeland security reports page.
Here is a direct link to the report: http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/homesec/R42985.pdf
From the Introduction:
This report outlines an array of homeland security issues that may come before the 113th Congress. After a brief discussion of the overall homeland security budget, the report divides the specific issues into five broad categories:
• Counterterrorism and Security Management,
• Border Security and Trade,
• Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery, and
• Departmental Management.
Each of those areas contains a survey of topics briefly analyzed by Congressional Research Service experts. The information included only scratches the surface on most of these issues.
More detailed information can be obtained by consulting the CRS reports referenced herein, or by contacting the relevant CRS expert.