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NATO Cracks Down on ‘Threat Multiplier’ Climate Change

NATO acknowledges that climate change puts resilience and civil preparedness to the test, affects the planning and the resilience of its military installations and critical infrastructure, and may create harsher conditions for its operations. Consequently, its new Climate Change and Security Action Plan aims to increase the organization’s awareness, adaptation, mitigation, and outreach efforts. Keep Reading

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OIG Tells TSA to Improve Oversight for Human Capital Contracts

The DHS watchdog found that TSA did not manage its recruitment and hiring contract in a fiscally responsible manner. According to OIG’s report, TSA did not properly plan contract requirements prior to awarding the contract and did not develop accurate cost estimates for all contract modifications. Keep Reading

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GAO Reviews Behind Schedule IDENT Replacement

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) started working on replacing its outdated biometric identity management system in 2016. The new multi-billion dollar program, known as Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology or HART, is now three years behind schedule due to technical and other challenges. Keep Reading

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