Federal CISO Chris DeRusha says using weak forms of identity authentication is like "driving without seatbelts."
It doesn't have boiling flasks or people in white coats, but a lot happens in the Procurement Innovation Lab (PIL) operated by the Homeland Security Department.
Congress has passed just one of 12 bills needed to fund the government next fiscal year. When members return early next month, the question of further funding for Ukraine in its war with Russia will enter the funding debate.
The Biden administration is trying to address some more immediate spending needs through a supplemental request that will come up before Congress can pass the 2024 budget.
We just heard the macro view of how the immigration situation is cascading down to the Justice Department's immigration courts.
After a historic pay raise, TSA is now working on an expanded collective bargaining agreement. We look at how we got to this point, and what comes next for airport screeners and other TSA employees.
Most DHS employees can't telework, but Senate appropriators are evaluating the "impact" of alternative work arrangements across homeland security components.
The Coast Guard is famous for its field units up-and-down the coasts. They're the ones who launch search-and-rescue missions when fishing boats capsize or canoes drift into shipping lanes. But the Government Accountability Office (GAO) report has found the field units often don't have emergency food and water for themselves.
After its official launch in July, the Department of Homeland Security’s new Customer Experience Directorate sees technology as the pathway to a more human-centered approach to public interactions.
CISA's Michael Duffy provides an overview of the past, present and future of the landmark CDM program in an exclusive interview.
DHS said it doesn't want to stand in the way of people who are using their mobile driver's licenses at airports or for other federal agency purposes.
The Homeland Security Department’s 22 operating divisions deal with a world that’s changing both rapidly and non-linearly. Dr. Dimitri Kusnezov, DHS’s undersecretary for science and technology, said his directorate “also has to provide some clarity into whether tomorrow is going to be different. And, whether the models we have today in how we approach everything we do, scale to where the world is going.”
In today's Federal Newscast, Department of Homeland Security employees get a nice surprise ahead of Independence Day.
The "non-recurring expenses fund" doesn't have a flashy name, but it could become a "significant tool" for DHS to make both IT and facilities improvements.