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Department of Homeland Security: Billions Invested in Major Programs Lack Appropriate Oversight
Thomas W. Essig (au)
In FY 2007, the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) obligated about $12 billion for acquisitions to support homeland security missions. DHS's major investments include Coast Guard ships and aircraft; border surveillance and screening equip.; nuclear detection equip.; and systems to track finances and human resources. To provide insight into the cost, schedule, and performance of these acquisitions, DHS established an investment review process (IRP) in 2003. However, concerns have been raised about how well the process has been implemented -- esp. for large invest. This report: evaluates DHS's implementation of the IRP; and assesses DHS's integration of the IRP to ensure major investments fulfill mission needs. Illus.
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