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Border Security: Progress and Challenges in DHS Implementation and Assessment Efforts: Congressional Testimony
Rebecca S. Gambler (au)
Statement of Rebecca S. Gambler, Dir., Homeland Security and Justice, GAO. At the end of FY 2004, the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) had about 28,100 personnel assigned to patrol U.S. land borders and inspect travelers at air, land, and sea Points of Entry (POEs), with a total security cost of about $5.9 billion. At the end of FY 2011, DHS had about 41,400 personnel assigned to air, land, and sea POEs and along the borders, with a total security cost of about $11.8 billion. DHS has reported that these resources have contributed to stronger enforcement efforts on the border. However, challenges remain to secure the border. This statement addresses some of the key issues and recommendations GAO has made in the following areas: (1) DHSäó»s efforts to secure the border at and between POEs; (2) DHS interagency coordination and oversight of border security information sharing and enforcement efforts; and (3) DHS management of infrastructure, technology, and other assets used to secure the border. This is a print on demand report.
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