Some travelers arriving to Los Angeles International Airport from New Zealand can use automated entry technology under a small-scale project.
Although the House voted last month to ban using lead systems integrators for Coast Guard procurements, the service is still using that structure temporarily on two major acquisitions, its procurement chief says.
The Homeland Security Department has signed agreements with four tribes to develop enhanced identification cards with some technology improvements.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection should issue guidance for inspecting cargo arriving in U.S. seaports for biological and chemical threats, the department's inspector general said.
The Homeland Security Department will open a new cybersecurity coordination center near Washington on Friday.
The Homeland Security Department should reassess its program for working with agencies and industry to secure critical infrastructure from cyber vulnerabilities, GAO says.
A severe flu outbreak could overwhelm the Internet as millions of workers telecommuted
President Barack Obama today nominated Caryn Wagner to lead the Homeland Security Department's office that uses information technology to share information with non-federal officials.
Some lawmakers are looking for the Obama administration to deploy an automated system that would use biometrics to verify the departure of noncitizens from the United States.
The House and Senate have both approved a three-year extension for the E-Verify employment verification system in the Homeland Security Department's spending legislation.
The Obama administration is poised to decide whether to proceed with a program to use biometrics to keep track of foreign visitors' departures.
Emergency medical workers in Indianapolis and its suburbs now have access to electronic health records.