Secretary Napolitano participates in the third annual Public Service Town Hall discussion. This Town Hall is part of Public Service Recognition Week, a weeklong celebration of the service and contributions that public servants make to our country every day.
To facilitate our on-going conversation about strengthening the security and resilience of our Nation’s critical infrastructure, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is creating a Collaboration Community on IdeaScale that will allow you to share your thoughts.
I recently answered questions about the past, present and future of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. The men and women of FLETC look forward to continuing our service and mission to provide fast, flexible and focused training to secure and protect America.
Last week, Secretary Napolitano met with Mexican Secretary of the Interior Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, furthering the collaboration between the United States and Mexico on our shared responsibility for issues related to migration, border security, and facilitating legitimate travel and trade.
The outpouring of support and generosity of the American public in the aftermath of last Monday’s explosions in Boston speaks to both our compassion and resilience as a country. But unfortunately, as we’ve seen previously, high profile news stories and tragedies can also lead to a variety of Internet scams and online risks.
The Internet is truly a public place and once you post something online, it can be accessed by anyone, and you may have no control over what they might do with that information. To help you stay safe online, the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has the following tips for publishing information online.
I recently sat down to answer questions about the present and future of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in recognition of the Department of Homeland Security’s tenth anniversary. For ten years, USCIS has been securing America’s promise as a nation of immigrants and a beacon of hope and opportunity.
This morning, I joined Senior Advisor to President Obama Valerie Jarrett and Attorney General Eric Holder at the White House Forum on Combating Human Trafficking where we announced the Administration’s latest effort to combat the hidden crime of human trafficking and help victims of human trafficking.
Secretary Napolitano will deliver remarks on the Department’s efforts to combat human trafficking at the White House this morning.