On March 18, 2019, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen released the details of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget request to Congress for DHS and its component agencies and offices. The DHS request includes $51.7 billion in discretionary funding and an additional $19.4 billion for the Disaster Relief Fund (DRF). The Budget request provides critical resources to help our frontline personnel do their jobs to secure the homeland against all threats and hazards, and it ensures DHS is able to defend Americans against emerging dangers.
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On January 30, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen met with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) personnel, local law enforcement officials, and the National Football League (NFL) security team in Atlanta to discuss joint efforts to ensure a safe and secure Super Bowl 53.
The Security category includes products or services to support DHS’s security mission. Current DHS-wide Security contract vehicles provide DHS customers access to security services, security systems, weapons, ammunition and explosives, security animals, protective apparel and equipment, and other related services. The products and services procured through these vehicles are verified and tested to meet strict DHS requirements. The quality control measures in place ensure that DHS front line officers have access to the highest standards in security products and services.
The Travel and Lodging category includes products or services to assist DHS with personnel travel. Current DHS-wide Travel and Lodging contract vehicles offer DHS customers access to travel agent and miscellaneous services, passenger travel and lodging.
The Professional and Office Area Support Services category provides services to support DHS’s daily operations. Current DHS-wide Professional and Office Area Support Services offer DHS customers access to management support services such as credit reporting, technical services such as background investigations, and administrative services such as third party intern support.
The Office Management and Miscellaneous Products category includes products and services necessary for DHS’s daily operations. Current DHS-wide Office Management and Misc. Products contract vehicles offer DHS customers access to office management products; non-protective apparel such as uniforms; and other miscellaneous products as needed.
The Logistics Operations and Package Delivery Services category provides DHS access to logistics services and package delivery and packaging services. Current DHS-wide Logistics Operations and Package Delivery Services contract vehicles offer DHS customers access to relocation services for DHS personnel, and shipping and package delivery services.
The IT and Telecom category includes products and services to support DHS’s IT and Telecommunications needs. The IT and Telecom category encompasses subcategories that include communications and telecom solutions, IT Services, IT Software, and IT Hardware. Current DHS-wide contract vehicles included in this category offer DHS customers access to IT software, licenses, hardware and services.
The Facilities and Construction category includes products and services to maintain or improve DHS’s infrastructure. Current DHS-wide Facilities and Construction contract vehicles offer DHS customers access to architectural, engineering, construction, and facilities related equipment and systems.
To learn about each current contract vehicle, select the publication below.
Here you will find directives and guides for DHS contractors whose solicitations and contracts include the special clauses Safeguarding of Sensitive Information (MARCH 2015) and Information Technology Security and Privacy Training (MARCH 2015). These special clauses are explained in Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation Class Deviation 15-01: Safeguarding of Sensitive Information.