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// by Kylie Bielby

OIG Finds Room for Improvement in ATF’s Frontline Initiative

ATF does not have a formal internal review process to assess field division compliance with Frontline requirements. The OIG determined that the lack of an ATF headquarters review process limits ATF’s ability to hold field divisions accountable to their goals and to make continued improvements to Frontline. Keep Reading

GAO Reviews Vetting of Individuals and Secure Areas at Mar-a-Lago

The Secret Service physically screens all individuals who will access areas where the President will be present, such as a dining room. According to Secret Service officials, individuals who have a meeting with the President generally undergo both physical screening and enhanced background checks. Keep Reading

// by Homeland Security Today

Listen: GAOs Podcast on the TSA’s Pipeline Security Program

In addition to airline security, the Transportation Security Administration is also responsible for securing the nation's nearly 3-million-mile pipeline system carrying oil, natural gas, and other resources. This episode of the watchdog report explores this TSA function. Keep Reading

// by Kylie Bielby

GAO: Agencies Must Do More to Address Climate Change Migration

The previous administration cited climate change as a “top strategic risk” in its 2015 National Security Strategy and stated that climate change is an urgent and growing threat to U.S. national security, contributing to increased natural disasters, refugee flows, and conflicts over basic resources like food and water. The current administration does not discuss climate change in its 2017 National Security Strategy. Keep Reading

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