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What Questions Are Critical for DHS to Answer in the Next Five Years?

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What Questions Are Critical for DHS to Answer in the Next Five Years?

DHS wants your input on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of its mission 

DHS is looking for ideas and suggestions from its stakeholders across public and private sectors familiar with or interested in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the Department’s mission. Your input can be submitted in the form of  questions, hypotheses, or problems focused on any area of the Department’s work. 

Your input will inform the Department’s selection of priority questions critical to the Department’s mission. Selected priority questions will guide development of specific proposals and plans for research, policy analysis, performance measurement, or program evaluation studies the Department will conduct in the next five years. 

Please submit your suggestions to the Department’s Request for Information: Evidence-Building Activities (86 FR 8921) at your earliest convenience.

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