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Homeland Security: The Federal Protective Service Faces Several Challenges That Hamper its Ability to Protect Federal Facilities
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
In 2003, the Fed. Protective Service (FPS) transferred from the Gen. Services Admin. (GSA) to the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS). FPS provides physical security and law enforcement services to about 9,000 GSA facilities. FPS currently has an annual budget of about $1 billion, 1,100 employees, and 15,000 contract guards located throughout the country. Recently, FPS has faced several challenges protecting GSA facilities and fed. employees. This report provides information and analysis on (1) FPS’s operational challenges and actions it has taken to address them; (2) funding challenges FPS faces and actions it has taken to address them; and (3) how FPS measures the effectiveness of its efforts to protect GSA facilities. Includes recommend. Graphs.
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