DHS is committed to supporting a modern software development ecosystem by working with the OSS community, publishing open source projects, and helping secure critical the OSS infrastructure.
The Office of Program Accountability and Risk Management manages DHS-wide policy, governance, and oversight of the largest and most complex DHS acquisition programs and supports senior leadership to ensure effective and efficient program execution.
This Instruction provides guidance on responsibilities and procedures regarding the collection, use, retention and dissemination of personally identifiable information.
The DHS Source Code Inventory Process (SCIP) is a process for inventorying Department of Homeland Security (DHS) custom-developed source code and releasing a subset of this code as open source.
The Digital Government Strategy sets forth a number of requirements on website performance measurement and requires reporting a plan of action by January 22, 2013 in order to satisfy Digital Governance Milestone 8.2. The DHS Office of Public Affairs proposes the following plan to achieve these requirements.