The Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) supports the development, maintenance, and revision of national and international consensus standards for radiological and nuclear detection systems. DNDO also develops and maintains technical capability standards for ra
Technology alone will not prevent an act of nuclear terrorism, and success in the nuclear security mission requires more than the deployment of new technologies and equipment. It also requires the integration of programs, organizations, training, exercises and operational support across many layers of jurisdiction, including international, federal, state, local, tribal and territorial.
The transit and border layer (Trans-Border) is composed of transit to the U.S. from a foreign port of departure or non-port of departure, as well as passing through the U.S. border prior to entering the U.S. interior. This represents the last opportunity to detect radiological or nuclear materials prior to their arrival onto U.S. territory, and initiatives in this layer emphasize maritime domain awareness related to preventive radiological/nuclear detection.
The National Strategy for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Standards lays out the federal vision and goals to achieve a comprehensive structure for coordination, establishment, and implementation of CBRNE equipment standards by 2020.
The Ombudsman's Office hosts public stakeholder events to share information, receive feedback on specific topics, and to hear your comments and suggestions regarding your interactions with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
To support the nationwide launch of the "If You See Something, Say Something™" public awareness campaign, Secretary Janet Napolitano released a series of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) encouraging the public to contact local authorities if they see suspicious activity.