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Department of Homeland Security: Opportunities Exist to Enhance Visibility over Collaborative Field Mechanisms
Joseph Kirschbaum (au)
The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is the third-largest dept. in the federal government, with an annual budget of about $60 billion, 200,000 staff, and a broad range of missions. In 2002, DHS was created from 22 legacy agencies. The geographic overlap of these agenciesäó» legacy field office structures was extensive, underscoring the importance of collaboration among them when conducting missions that crossed across boundaries. This report reviews DHS and key operational componentsäó» use of collaborative mechanisms. It (1) assesses DHSäó»s visibility over collaborative field mechanisms established by component agencies; and (2) describes factors that enhance or impede collaboration within these mechanisms, and the extent to which DHS has collected and disseminated successful collaborative practices. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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