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Reducing Over-classification of DHSäó» National Security Information
Charles K. Edwards (ed)
The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) creates, receives, handles, and stores classified information as part of its homeland security, emergency response, and continuity missions. As creators and users of classified information, DHS is responsible for both implementing national policies and establishing departmental policies, to ensure that such information is adequately safeguarded when necessary and appropriately shared whenever possible. With proper classification of intelligence products, DHS can share more information with the Dept. of State, local, and tribal entities, as well as the private sector. This report is intended to help the DHS Secretary develop a strategy to prevent the over-classification and promote the sharing of homeland security and other information. Includes recommendations. This is a print on demand report.
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