Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-MS) introduced the DHS MORALE Act to address the root causes of employee dissatisfaction and to help the department improve.
Posts Tagged: homeland security
A focus on some of the cybersecurity threats facing municipalities today.
Kevin McAleenan, deputy commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection joined me on The Business of Government Hour to discuss CBP’s key strategic priorities, realigning its operational footprint, and pursuing innovative security strategies to promote lawful trade and travel. Here’s a snapshot of our discussion.
You hear it all the time in advice columns and self-help books for women. An author begins by praising the collaborative nature of many women and noting how it can add real value to workforce operations. Then, the same author suggests that women take a more independent and authoritative stance in order to excel inRead… Read more »
Deltek Analyst Kristin Howe reports. The most common terms appearing in solicitations during the month of February were Security, Services and Management. The word cloud below provides a visual interpretation of key-term frequency. Number of public safety bids: 140 Top three states (by number of solicitations released): California, Texas and Missouri Top three key words:Read… Read more »
Cross-posted from my Posterous blog – The Army Major – a Military Intelligence officer – is monitoring that blog. If any of you are willing to comment publicly, please provide your responses there. If you desire to provide anonymous input for his thesis, either email me directly. All such responses will be considered for non-attributionRead… Read more »
The National Academy of Public Administration (my org) is working with DHS to host an online dialogue, and we could use your help in spreading the word. This year marks the inaugural Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR), and as part of this top-to-bottom review, DHS is asking stakeholders to give them feedback on the missions,Read… Read more »