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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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  • POTUS Letter to Federal Employees

    Letter from the President of the United States to federal employees, issued on March 7, 2024.

  • Congressional Budget Justification Fiscal Year (FY) 2025

    FY 2025 Budget Request Supporting Information. The documents are large and will take some time to download. 

  • Fiscal Year (FY) 2025 Budget-in-Brief

    The President’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2025 Budget Request for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reflects our continued commitment to the security of our homeland and the American public.

  • DHS/CISA/PIA-035 National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS) - Core Infrastructure

    This Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) provides an in-depth analysis of the collection of information through the operation of the NCPS Core Infrastructure. CISA is in the process of developing separate PIAs to document the privacy implications for each of the NCPS’s capability areas (Intrusion Prevention, Intrusion Detection, Analytics, Core Infrastructure, and Information Sharing). Once published, these PIAs will eventually replace the currently published DHS/CISA/PIA-026 National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS).

  • Fighting Fires and Saving Lives Through Science and Technology

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) works closely with first responders to improve their safety and effectiveness – lending expertise, conducting research and development, and funding innovation to ensure our nation’s public safety services are well-equipped to provide aid in times of crisis

  • Lane-Based Self-Service Screening Fact Sheet

    The S&T Screening at Speed Program, along with the TSA Innovation Task Force, is developing a lane-based self-service screening checkpoint for PreCheck® travelers to increase autonomy, reduce pat downs and bag inspections, and give Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) more time to assist other passengers. While lane-based self-service screening may at first look like a normal checkpoint, its video prompts and option to self-resolve alarms with minimal intervention from TSOs is a whole new experience.

  • Passenger Self-Service Screening Fact Sheet

    Through concept designs, prototypes, hardware, and video analytics development, the S&T Screening at Speed Program, along with the TSA Innovation Task Force, is reimaging the airport screening experience. Passenger self-service screening aims to provide more autonomy to travelers, reduce pat downs and bag inspections, and optimize TSA resources while meeting security screening standards.

  • Pod-Based Self-Service Screening Fact Sheet

    The S&T Screening at Speed Program, along with the TSA Innovation Task Force, is developing a pod-based self-service screening checkpoint for PreCheck® travelers to increase autonomy, reduce pat downs and bag inspections, and give Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) more time to assist other passengers. The futuristic pod-based checkpoint design offers an exclusive experience for travelers to go at their own pace, ideally reducing stress and increasing traveler satisfaction at the checkpoint.

  • Apex Screening at Speed

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) Screening at Speed Program invests in technologies and techniques that will bring that vision closer to reality.

  • Summary of CRCL Recommendation Memorandum and ICE's Response: ICE Health Service Corps Mental Health and Medical Care Part I

    This is a summary of CRCL's Recommendation Memorandum to ICE about the quality of noncitizen medical and mental health care at facilities staffed by ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC). ICE concurred with 13 recommendations, partially concurred with ten, and non-concurred with three.

Last Updated: 01/28/2022