Immigration officials didn’t know how many transnational criminal organizations they impacted over five years due to a data filing misstep, according to the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general.
The employees allege they were improperly forced to surrender duties upon notifying supervisors of their pregnancies.
Officials on Thursday celebrated the arrival of an up-to-30% pay raise for Transportation Security Administration employees this week, but warned that House spending plans could derail recent progress.
Joseph Cuffari has faced widespread allegations of misconduct, though he denies any wrongdoing.
The Department of Homeland Security’s CIO detailed how his agency saved the public 20 million hours accessing agency services in a move that signals a major culture change.
Despite repeated warnings, a report on Washington, D.C.’s transit authority finds it is still at risk of a cyberattack. Its issues aren’t unique, though, and experts warn that public transportation at-large is vulnerable unless leaders act.
The DHS Watchdog Says He Deletes Texts. Lawmakers Want to Know If This Violates Records Preservation Laws.
Two lawmakers have also introduced a bill to increase transparency in the Homeland Security Inspector General office.
Republicans say Biden's border approach is causing employees' morale to tank, though Democrats say they are using faulty data.
Other common ground on the Homeland Security Department's spending levels is harder to come by.
Workforce burdens are likely to escalate as Homeland Security secretary warns of "extremely challenging" period to begin next week.
Pregnant Employees at Customs and Border Protection Regularly Discriminated Against, Class Action Lawsuit Alleges
Hundreds of current and former employees are now eligible to join the case, as women say the "agency believed that my pregnancy would impede my competency."
Integrating the new hiring acquisition system across the Department of Homeland Security has “been a real project,” said the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Management has told employees they understand the concerns, but employees will either have to comply or quit.
Republicans, especially U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, that oversaw Phil Washington’s nomination criticized him for lack of aviation experience
The president addressed the department's workforce on its 20th anniversary.
More than 1,000 Customs and Border Protection officers were mistakenly promised enhanced retirement benefits, only to have them taken away once the agency realized its error.
At contentious hearing, all sides largely agree the southwest border needs more federal resources.
The administration will also expand humanitarian programs, though staffing shortfalls could hurt implementation.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ordered the North American Electric Reliability Corporation to review existing “physical security” rules for the components of the power system.
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