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Keeping America Safe: 2019 Homeland Security Today Awards Honorees

Each year, Homeland Security Today honors shining stars in the community who are making their own unique, invaluable contributions to advance the mission of keeping America safer from myriad threats.

HSToday Honors Community Stars: 2019 Mission Awards

From dozens of nominations, these awards select people from across the nation who are supporting America in their communities in tangible, beneficial ways, and we are proud to recognize each one.

HSToday’s 2019 Homeland Security Person of the Year

Former Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan and L.A.'s HSAC Director James Featherstone honored. CLICK THROUGH TO READ ABOUT ALL OF THE 2019 HONOREES.

HSToday Launches FREE Webinars for Homeland Security Information Sharing

The free briefings will be available for front-line government, law enforcement, first responders and others serving the homeland mission.

GAO: Steps Needed to Improve External Emergency Communications

Some stakeholders identified communication challenges as well as opportunities for OEC to improve communication. For example, approximately one quarter (26 percent) of SWICs said that OEC does not communicate training well.

UK-France Agree to Tackle Security at the Border as Brexit Looms with Concerns Over Security

The UK Security Minister says the current Brexit deal includes a promise to co-operate on security after leaving the EU and that “a no-deal situation would have a real impact on our ability to work with our European partners to protect the public."

OIG: FEMA Must Ask More from Software Vendors to Prevent IPAWS False Alarms

After examining FEMA’s roles and responsibilities in the public alert and warning process, OIG concluded that FEMA has limited responsibility for the sending and canceling of state and local alerts.

Report: FEMA Not at Fault for Hawaii Ballistic Missile Drill

On the morning of Jan. 13, HI-EMA sent out an island-wide alert that a ballistic missile was inbound and that it wasn’t a drill.
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