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On this week's Capital Impact show, Bloomberg Government analysts will discuss the environmental impact of airlines emissions, and how the so-called "border surge" amendment will boost border security spending. August 15, 2013
This week on the Capital Impact radio show, Bloomberg Government examines the law that requires the Defense Department to buy American when outfitting troops. Plus, which contractors will benefit the most from passage of an immigration bill?
Fred Burton, vice president for Intelligence at STRATFOR will talk about U.S. border protection efforts. June 22, 2012(Encore presentation June 29, 2012)
Two years ago a group of Senators asked how effective the Department of Homeland Security was in protecting the border between the U.S. and Canada. The report is in, and the Senators are not happy.
GAO\'s Randolph Hite joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss GAO\'s recommendations for DHS\' massive border security project.
Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss the recent killing of a American allegedly by Mexican pirates, a sign that drug cartels are becoming more desperate.
The new, border-wide use of the Predator aircraft marks an unprecedented amount of resources directed to the southwest. Michael Kostelnik, the Assistant Commissioner of the Office of Air and Marine for Customs and Border Protection explains.
How is the $600 million being distributed?
The House approved a measure to increase security and surveillance along the Mexican border
Field technology officers must fix hardware and software no matter the hazard, even if it\'s hundreds of feet up on a tower or on a snow covered mountain top. Employees need to be physically fit and technically skilled to perform the duties. CBP counts on these employees to keep the systems working to monitor and protect the borders.
While some are saying border security is at an all-time low, others are saying it\'s never been better. What\'s really going on? We ask Steve Atkiss, a former Chief of Staff of CBP, for his thoughts.
CBP to implement and evaluate technologies at two sites in Arizona this year to see how well SBINet works and whether to continue deploying the technology. These tests are part of Secretary Napolitano\'s assessment of SBINet\'s value. Lawmakers remain pessimistic that the program can get back on track.
The Senate passed its version of the economic stimulus bill, including billions of dollars in technology spending from broadband incentives to agency specific systems to health IT.
Cybersecurity, border security reports due by mid-February