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Written testimony of PLCY, USCG, CBP, TSA, FEMA for a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing titled “Evaluating Port Security: Progress Made and Challenges Ahead”

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS ) Office of Policy (PLCY) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transborder Policy Ellen McClain, U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy RDML Paul Thomas, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Acting Deputy Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Office of Intelligence and Analysis Assistant Administrator Steve Sadler, and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Protection and National Preparedness Grant Programs Directorate Assistant Administrator Brian Kamoie address DHS’ efforts to ensure secure, efficient, and resilient operations at the Nation’s 361 maritime ports and throughout the global maritime transportation system.

Small Business Innovative Research

Small Business Innovative Research strengthens the role of innovative small business concerns with federally-funded research and development.  Through these efforts, the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office Transformational and Applied Research Direc

Academic Research Initiative

The Academic Research Initiative Program seeks to advance fundamental knowledge for nuclear detection and related sciences.  The initiative looks to sustain a long-term commitment to frontier academic research in the field and develop human capita

The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture

The Global Nuclear Detection Architecture detects and reports on radiological and nuclear materials that are out of regulatory control before they can be used in terrorist attacks.  It is comprised of a worldwide network of sensors, telecommunicat

2014 Nuclear Security Summit

“This [Nuclear Security] Summit focuses on strengthening nuclear security and preventing terrorists, criminals and all other unauthorised actors from acquiring nuclear materials that could be used in nuclear weapons, and other radioactive mate

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