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Loaned Executive Program

Loaned Executive Program

The Loaned Executive Program is a special opportunity (unpaid) that provides top executive-level talent from the private sector an opportunity to share their expertise with DHS to fill special, discreet needs.

Wounded Warrior Program

The Department of Homeland Security Wounded Warrior Program recruits and hires severely wounded veterans.

OHA Volunteer Scholars Program Reading List

This Volunteer Scholars Program reading list includes resources to assist the Scholar in becoming knowledgeable about Department-wide operations, plans, policies, and procedures.

Cybersecurity Internship Program

The Cybersecurity Internship Program is designed to give current students an opportunity to work alongside cyber leaders with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Loaned Executive Program

Loaned Executive Program

The Loaned Executive Program is a special opportunity (unpaid) that provides top executive-level talent from the private sector an opportunity to share their expertise with DHS to fill special, discreet needs.

Executive Hiring

Play a critical role in securing our nation in the areas of counterterrorism; border security; preparedness, response, recovery; and immigration by becoming a leader in Homeland Security’s Senior Executive Service (SES) civilian workforce.

Remarks By Secretary Of Homeland Security Jeh Charles Johnson On “The New Realities Of Homeland Security” As Part Of The Landon Lecture Series On Public Issues – As Prepared For Delivery

Thank you for the invitation to speak here.

I am truly impressed with the list of those who have preceded me in this lecture series, which include Presidents Carter and Reagan, both Presidents Bush, Vice President Mondale, Tom Donilon, Nelson Rockefeller, my former boss Secretary of Defense Bob Gates, Colin Powell, Leslie Stahl, Bob Dole, Robert and Ted Kennedy, Pat Moynihan, Barry Goldwater, Shirley Temple and Alf Landon himself. It is an honor to join this list. I believe I am the first Secretary of Homeland Security to do so.

Statement By Secretary Jeh C. Johnson On The Border Patrol Agent Pay Reform Act Of 2014

Today, Congress passed H.R. 2252, a bill that ensures fair treatment for our dedicated Border Patrol personnel. After the Border Patrol Agent Pay Reform Act of 2014 passed last year, the Office of Personnel Management advised DHS that the bill required certain legacy pay mechanisms for our personnel to end before the intended replacement regime could fully come into effect. This was contrary to the intent of the legislation, and I directed the Department to take all legally allowable actions to mitigate the impact on our Agents. Among other steps, we worked with Congress, in a spirit of bipartisanship, to clarify the law in order to protect our Agents from financial hardship.

Written testimony of S&T Under Secretary for a joint subcommittee hearing of House Committee on Homeland Security and House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology titled “Strategy and Mission of the DHS Science and Technology Directorate”

U. S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Under Secretary Dr. Reginald Brothers addresses how S&T, one of a handful of components in the Department created from whole cloth under the original Homeland Security Act of 2002, has grown in the last 11 years into a trusted partner for DHS operators and state, local, tribal, and territorial first responders.

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