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DHS ATD Case Management Pilot Program: National Board Application Extended to October 8

The National Board will be responsible for awarding funds to eligible local governments and nonprofit organizations, and overseeing and managing the pilot program.   

CISA Releases De-Escalation Series for Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators

The products contain a small list of examples of potential stressors, changes in baseline behaviors, observable behavioral indicators, observable physical behaviors, and potential warning signs of an escalating person.

Mayorkas on Haitian Migrant Surge: ‘The Speed with Which This Materialized Is Unprecedented’

More than 5,000 migrants are still under the bridge in Del Rio today awaiting processing, down from an estimated 15,000 on Sept. 18.

CISA, NIST Issue Critical Infrastructure Control Systems Cybersecurity Performance Goals

DHS will coordinate with its interagency and private sector partners to determine the applicability of the enhanced objectives within each sector.

DHS Investigating Border Patrol Interactions with Migrants in Del Rio Surge

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who visited Del Rio on Monday, said officials had moved "perhaps more than 4,000 migrants from under that bridge already."

DHS Launches National Climate Resilience Prize Competitions

The first incentivizes American innovators to find new ways to better protect people at risk of heat-related illness or death during extreme heat events or in connection with other disasters.

DHS Partners with EPA to Enforce Phasedown of Climate-Damaging HFCs

DHS will help stop illegal HFC imports into the United States, including by preventing the exploitation of U.S. customs laws.

FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Caseload Has ‘More Than Doubled’ Since 2020, Wray Says

National Counterterrorism Center Director Christine Abizaid says ISIS and al-Qaeda "have proven adaptive over years of CT pressure."
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