Earthquakes and hurricanes didn't daunt the federal response, but trouble is on the horizon for funding.
When moving to the cloud, agencies need to know the right questions to ask their vendor, says CBP's Wolf Tombe.
Patrick Schambach, the sixth employee hired at the Transportation Security Administration, recalls the daunting task of building an agency from scratch.
Steve Cooper, the first CIO at DHS, recalls how a surge of patriotism prompted him to lend his talents to the homeland security effort.
U.S. Comptroller General Gene Dodaro testified that the Homeland Security Department has achieved successes but still has organizational problems.
Marc Wolfson recalls how quickly the public affairs staff at FEMA kicked into high gear and started posting information on the agency's website.
A new report offers management lessons learned from the creation of DHS and ODNI after the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Agencies worked together to manage and coordinate rescue and recovery efforts connected to Hurricane Irene.
Public officials all along the East Coast are praising FEMA's preparedness and response to Hurricane Irene -- in sharp contrast to public opinion after Katrina.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced a new mobile application for disaster preparedness on Android, but an apparently fake FEMA app appears to have fooled many.
Agencies rush to prepare for major hurricane, using all the technology at their disposal to do so.
Several instances of internal hacking have been discovered at the Bureau of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.