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DHS Provides Extension for Interim REAL ID Act Compliance

Facing the fact that 46 of 56 US states and territories could not meet interim requirements under the REAL ID Act by Dec. 31, 2009, DHS waived the deadline for all of them. Meanwhile, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano continues to push for an alternative to the REAL ID Act with the PASS ID Act. Keep Reading

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The REAL ID disconnect

The REAL ID Act (PL 109-013) became law on May 11, 2005. But not until three years later, when it was slated to take effect, did the Departmentof Homeland Security (DHS) release the federal regulations defining compliance. Keep Reading

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Identification Altercation

European Union countries are contemplating a single, continent-wide form of biometric identification for all their citizens, but are facing some stiff resistance. The outcome of the dispute may portend the future of American identification systems.

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New concerns over commerce and privacy hit US-VISIT

As the US-VISIT program rolled out to the first set of US land ports over the course of this past autumn, both businesses and casual travelers raised fresh concerns about the program’s impact on their movements and privacy.

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2005 Outlook: Homeland security funding

The presidential election is upon us, budget negotiations for the next fiscal year are underway and the last round of homeland security grants has been dispersed and, in many cases, spent. ‘Tis the season for budget prognostication FY 2005. Based on past and current trends, budget requests and a potential political power shift, where do we go from here?

 

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