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OIG Finds Data Integrity Issues at Yuma Sector Border Patrol

OIG also found that conditions for single adult men held at the Border Patrol’s Yuma station did not always meet TEDS standards.

GAO: Increasing Dollar Threshold Halved Number of Contracts Requiring Certified Data

When a contract is awarded without adequate price competition, contracting officers may rely on certified cost or pricing data from potential contractors.

Delays in Testing C-UAS Technologies Could Impact Aviation Safety

Many UAS are used for legitimate operations; however, the systems can also be used for malicious or disruptive activities by terrorists, criminal organizations, or other lone actors.

GAO Warns of Increasing Risk of a Dirty Bomb Attack

Recent security threats have raised concerns that radioactive materials could be stolen and used in a domestic attack.

GAO: Navy Should Improve Its Approach to Uncrewed Maritime Systems

The U.S. Navy envisions using uncrewed maritime systems—robot ships and submersibles with artificial intelligence (AI) instead of sailors—to meet current and future threats at sea.

OIG Finds Lack of Performance Standards at CBP’s Centers of Excellence and Expertise

The concept of the Centers arose in response to claims that similar goods entering the country received different treatment depending on the port of entry that processed the goods.

GAO Sees Progress but More Action Needed to Prevent and Address Sexual Assault in the Coast Guard and DOD

Sexual assaults in the military continue to increase, although Congress, the Department of Defense, and the U.S. Coast Guard have taken actions to prevent and address them.

OIG: FEMA Accomplished Operational Goals to Assist Unaccompanied Children

FEMA accomplished its operational goals to help the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provide shelter and supplies to unaccompanied children from the U.S. southwest border.
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