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Homeland Security Enterprise

Since the Department's creation, the goal is simple: one DHS, with integrated, results-based operations.

  • Digital Governance Milestone 8.2

    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.

  • FY12 Q3 HDOR

    Fiscal Year 2012 3rd Quater High-Dollar Overpayments Report

  • Delegation 2001: Delegation to the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs

    Delegation 2001 vests authority in the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs to manage the public affairs duties of the Department of Homeland Security.

  • DHS Implementation of Executive Order 13563

    On January 18, 2011, President Obama issued Executive Order 13563 "Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review," which supplements and affirms the requirements of Executive Order 12866 "Regulatory Planning and Review."

  • Office of General Counsel, FOIA Reading Room Documents

    Frequently requested Office of General Counsel FOIA Documents

  • Information Sharing and Safeguarding Strategy

    The Department's Information Sharing Strategy provides strategic direction and guidance for all DHS information sharing efforts.

  • A Day in the Life of Homeland Security

    A Day in the Life of Homeland Security.

  • DHS Budget in Brief - Fiscal Year 2004

    "The President's 2004 Budget provides the necessary resources for the Department to succeed. The budget includes a total of $36.2 billion, 7.4 percent more than the 2003 level and over 64 percent more than the FY 2002 level for these activities."

  • DHS Budget in Brief - Fiscal Year 2005

    The Fiscal Year 2005 budget for the Department of Homeland Security builds upon the significant investments to date that improve our safeguards against terrorism, while also sustaining the many important departmental activities not directly related to our fight against terrorism. The President's budget clearly demonstrates the continuing priority placed on Homeland Security in requesting total new resources for FY 2005 of $40.2 billion. This is an increase of 10% above the comparable FY 2004 resource level. This includes all sources of funding, such as discretionary and mandatory appropriations, offsetting collections from user fees, and trust funds.

  • Homeland Security Act of 2002

    The Homeland Security Act of 2002 created the Department of Homeland Security, it’s mission, vision, and components.