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Homeland Security Acquisitions: DHS Could Better Manage Its Portfolio to Address Funding Gaps and Improve Communications with Congress
Michele Mackin (au)
Each year, the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) invests billions of dollars in major acquisition programs. In FY 2013 alone, DHS reported it was investing more than $9.6 billion in its major acquisition portfolio. In Sept. 2012, GAO reported that the most prevalent challenge facing DHS's major acquisition programs was funding instability -- changes in programs' funding plans over time. Funding instability increases the risk of cost growth, schedule slips, and capability shortfalls. This report addresses (1) the prevalence of funding instability at DHS and its effects on major acquisition programs, if any; (2) the extent to which DHS develops multi-year funding plans in accordance with key portfolio management practices; and (3) the extent to which DHS has complied with reporting requirements for major acquisition programs' multi-year funding plans. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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