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Publications Library

The Publication Library contains guidance and policy papers, reports, strategies, program regulations, guidelines, brochures and more.

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  • Richmond Counter-UAS Testbed Fact Sheet

    To establish organizational processes and identify which C-UAS systems DHS components should purchase, DHS has established multiple testbeds that represent a wide range of operational environments. Richmond, Virginia, was chosen as a testbed due to its dense urban terrain and environment, which can present technological challenges to C-UAS systems. Additionally, existing state and city programs, such as Virginia’s Department of Aviation’s (DOAV’s) work in drone traffic management, make Richmond an ideal DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) testbed location. 

  • UFLPA Strategy

    Strategy to Prevent the Importation of Goods Mined, Produced, or Manufactured with Forced Labor in the People’s Republic of China

  • Blue Campaign Special Initiatives Resources

    The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) mission is broad and diverse and covers everything from counterterrorism to the Nation's maritime and border security, from protection of our national leaders to coordinating the federal government's response to natural disasters. Blue Campaign provides support to various DHS initiatives when called upon. Learn more about those efforts and available resources below.

  • DHS Space Policy

    Within the homeland security enterprise, space-based systems play a critical role in securing the homeland as DHS components and partners rely heavily on space systems to provide information and communications necessary for mission success. The DHS Space Policy guides component efforts internally and across the homeland security enterprise.

  • The CIS Ombudsman's Webinar Series: Employment-Based Immigrant Visas

    This page is for information on the employment-based immigrant visas webinar.

  • The CIS Ombudsman's Listening Session: USCIS API

    Publication page for readout for listening session on developing a USCIS API.

  • Project Responder 6 Report

    Project Responder is designed to document emergency response capability needs across significant changes in the operating environment. The innovative approach this data collection effort—now in its sixth generation—takes is to bring together responders from traditional (fire service, law enforcement, emergency medical services, emergency management) and non-traditional (public health, public works, medical examiner/coroner, search and rescue) response agencies to focus on identifying and prioritizing needs across disciplines. The Science and Technology Directorate funds Project Responder and uses the outcomes to guide research, development, and acquisition decisions for the response community.

  • Department of Homeland Security Fusion Center Engagement and Information Sharing Strategy for 2022–2026

    The Department's Fusion Center Engagement and Information Sharing Strategy document outlines a multi-year commitment to supporting our law enforcement and homeland security partners in states and cities nationwide, and describes how DHS enables information sharing vital to fusion centers’ missions and our national security.

  • Future of Flood Insurance Evaluation

    Flooding continues to be an important concern due to an increase in the number of flooding events and the associated personal and financial costs borne by residents and communities across the country. Multiple independent studies have reached the same conclusion: flooding causes more death and destruction than any other natural disaster. Recognizing the impact of these studies, the DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is conducting evaluation research to better understand threats to public safety following flooding.

  • Project Responder 6 Fact Sheet

    This study identified six distinct factors that may have an impact on responders’ operating environment: human behavior, technology advancement, environment, infrastructure, COVID-19, and protest/civil unrest.

Last Updated: 01/28/2022