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Homeland Security Acquisitions: DHS Should Better Define Oversight Roles and Improve Program Reporting to Congress
Michele Mackin (au)
In FY 2014, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reported it planned to spend approximately $10.7 billion on its major acquisition programs. DHS acquires systems to reduce the probability of a terrorist attack, protect against disease, mitigate natural hazards, and secure borders. DHS has taken steps to improve acquisition management, but has not yet implemented many of these recommendations. This report reviewed DHSäó»s oversight of its major acquisition programs. It addresses (1) steps DHS has taken to improve oversight and gaps that exist, if any; and (2) whether the data the Office of Program Accountability and Risk Management (PARM) provides to DHS and congressional decision makers are accurate and up-to-date. Includes recommendations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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