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Border Security: DHSäó»s Efforts to Modernize Key Enforcement Systems Could Be Strengthened
David A. Powner (au)
The Dept. of Homeland Securityäó»s (DHSäó»s) border enforcement system, known as TECS (not an acronym), is the primary system available for determining admissibility of persons to the U.S. It is used to prevent terrorism, and provide border security and law enforcement, case management, and intelligence functions for multiple federal, state, and local agencies. TECS became difficult and expensive to maintain because of technology obsolescence and its inability to support new mission requirements, so in 2008, DHS began an effort to modernize the system. It is being managed as two separate programs working in parallel by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). This report (1) determined the scope and status of the two TECS Mod (modernization) programs; (2) assessed selected CBP and ICE program management practices for TECS Mod; and (3) assessed the extent to which DHS is executing effective executive oversight and governance of the two TECS Mod programs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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