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Arizona Border Surveillance Technology Plan: Additional Actions Needed to Strengthen Management and Assess Effectivenss
Rebecca Gambler (au)
In recent years, nearly half of all annual apprehensions of illegal entrants along the southwest border have occurred along the Arizonaborder. Under the Secure Border Initiative Network (SBInet), the Dept. of Homeland Security's (DHS) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) deployed surveillance systems along 53 of the 387 miles of the Arizona border with Mexico. After DHS canceled further SBInet procurements, CBP developed the Plan, which includes a mix of radars, sensors, and cameras to help provide security for the remainder of Arizona's border. This report addresses the extent to which CBP (1) developed schedules and Life-cycle Cost Estimates for the Plan in accordance with best practices; (2) followed aspects of DHS's acquisition management guidance in managing the Plan's programs; and (3) identified mission benefits and developed performance metrics for surveillance technologies to be deployed under the Plan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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