How to find DHS forms, DHS employee resources, DHS Open Data, training opportunities, web tools and apps; how to report waste, fraud, or abuse, and provide feedback or make complaints to DHS.
If you – as an employee, applicant for employment, or former employee – believe you have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, physical or mental disability, protected genetic information, or reprisal, you can file an Equal Employment Opportunity complaint.
As a DHS employee, you have access to a variety of programs, benefits, and services designed to help you and your family thrive.
Online forms are some of the most searched information on government websites and we always seek improvements on improving our online delivering of these services.
As you would expect, DHS uses robust data sources to meet the mission needs of the Department, but not all DHS data is in a form usable by the public. Data sets suitable for exposing to the public are identified in the DHS Public Data Catalog.
The Department of Homeland Security offers a variety of training opportunities for DHS personnel, partners and citizens, including home and business owners.
You need to get things done and DHS is there to help you do just that. The DHS.gov website hosts a rich assortment of online applications to help you get it done online.
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) provides a wide array of basic and advanced training programs to 90 federal agencies as well as state, local, tribal and international law enforcement agencies.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has many avenues for the public to provide feedback and make complaints involving DHS employees or programs, alleged violations of civil rights and civil liberties, immigration filing, travel redress, and other types of grievances.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) serves as an independent body to deter, identify and address fraud, abuse, mismanagement, and waste in DHS programs and operations. Findings and recommendations issued by the OIG add value to the Department and assist the Department in fulfilling its mission and goals.
Subscribing to automatic updates from DHS.gov is often the best way to stay on top of breaking news and information about our mission areas. The Department of Homeland Security provides free updates via social media, news syndication and free email updates to help keep you in the know.