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Homeland Security Acquisitions: Major Program Assessments Reveal Actions Needed to Improve Accountability
Michele Mackin (au)
Every year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) invests billions of dollars in major acquisition programs. In FY 2014, DHS planned to invest $10.7 billion in systems to help secure the boder, increase marine safety, screen travelers, enhance cyber security, improve disaster response, and execute a wide variety of other operations. DHSäó»s acquisition management activities have been on GAOäó»s High Risk List, in part due to program management, funding, workforce, and requirements issues. This report addresses the extent to which DHSäó»s major acquisition programs: (1) are on track to meet their schedules and cost estimates; (2) have successfully completed operations testing; and (3) are facing common issues department-wide. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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