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Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Institute.
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Under Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), the Department of Homeland Security provides additional operational support to federal agencies in securing federal systems.

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The Shared Service Centers were established to facilitate the implementation of common Risk Management Framework solutions for areas that many agencies are missing with regard to achieving greater efficiencies in executing the RMF process.

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Read about the legal authorities of the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, including their role on issues such as privacy and DHS's commitment to limited English proficiency.
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The Situational Awareness and Incident Response (SAIR) program provides federal enterprise awareness and incident response capability through Blanket Purchase Agreements setup to provide quick access to products and services that address gaps in the long-term security posture of the federal government.
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Trusted Internet Connections Capability Validations (TCV) leverages an objective, repeatable, and consistent methodology to measure federal agency/departmental compliance with the TIC Initiative and related Office of Management and Budget (OMB) directives and guidance.
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As part of the federal government's effort to increase its level of service to the public, aencies have been instructed to implement Domain Name System Security (DNSSEC) measures to all web sites in the ".gov" domain.
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Community engagement from the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

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February 11, 2014 is the 20th anniversary of Executive Order 12898 on Environmental Justice.  Read the Presidential Proclamation and learn more about

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One of the ways in which CRCL advises the Department’s leadership is through a "Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Impact Assessment." A CRCL impact assessment may be required by statute; requested by Department leadership or staff; or initiated by the Officer for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.

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