The expansion means millions more people can go online to make sure the government has accurate information about whether they're allowed to work in the United States.
The Federal Protective Service's costs for developing a new risk assessment system have tripled and the system is two years behind schedule, a new report says.
In a time when efficiency and effectiveness should be at a premium, federal employees don't believe their agencies reward innovation, according to a new survey.
The Homeland Department said collecting data to decide when to begin planning for a major procurement is a waste of time.
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GAO uncovers weaknesses in DHS' method for independently assessing complex and costly IT acquisitions.
The Homeland Security Department is collaborating with the intelligence community to prioritize investigations of more than 700,000 foreign visitors who have overstayed their visas, based on the national security threat they pose.
The federal Information-Sharing Environment needs work to bring in more foreign affairs data and intelligence, according to a new GAO report.
Potential agency IT limitations weren't taken into account before the "unscheduled telework" option for federal employees went into effect earlier this year, a new report said.
FEMA can't manage its IT systems with an uncoordinated approach to building systems, senator says.
The Defense Department's new strategy for defending U.S. computer networks stresses the need for a multi-faceted, evolving approach to counter pervasive threats.
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