The DHS Information Technology (IT) Strategic Plan 2024-2028 enables the Department to set goals and support cross-functional and cross-organizational priorities to achieve our mission.
Information Technology (IT)
DHS recently launched a new mobile application—DHS Intel—designed to deliver and share timely intelligence information with law enforcement and first responders across the country. Today, many of us consume information from news feeds, blogs, social media, podcasts and a variety of other sources on our mobile phones; however, until last month, most intelligence information was either sent via e-mail distro lists or viewed on sites optimized for desktops and laptops. Now, this information is available on-the-go for state, local, territorial, tribal (SLTT), campus, and federal partners who rely on intelligence to keep the country safe.
This form is used to assist you with reporting a technology accessibility issue or initiating a complaint under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. You should use this form if you are an individual with a disability, and because of that disability, you are having difficulty accessing ICT provided by the Department.
The Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Information Analytics program seeks to enhance the ability of DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) operational units to correlate threat intelligence and risk data.
The 2021 Call for Proposals seeks to develop technologies with significant commercial potential and to improve capabilities in the field of homeland security.
The DHS Information Technology Strategic Plan 2019-2023 sets the Information Technology (IT) goals and strategies for fulfilling the mission of DHS. It focuses on rebuilding foundations and driving innovation. With a mind to the future, it has been developed to address both the current state and our technological ambitions.