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Homeland Security Information Network Improvements and Challenges
Frank Deffer (ed)
The Homeland Security Information Network is a secure, unclassified Internet portal that enables information sharing and collaboration across the homeland security enterprise. In 2006 and 2008, reports were made on challenges that the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) faced to define the systemäó»s role, meet user requirements, provide user support, and increase system use. This followup audit determined the progress made and the systemäó»s effectiveness in supporting information sharing among select stakeholders. DHS has made progress in addressing the planning and governance issues identified. Specifically, system program management performed an analysis of alternatives, revalidated stakeholder requirements, and developed other strategies to realign the program to address system challenges and concerns. Still, system program management has faced challenges implementing the new system release on schedule. Includes recommendations. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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