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Morses Line Port Debate Rages in Vermont

“What a difference a generation makes,” Frank Spendley, a former Customs and Border Protection district director told a crowd gathered at the Franklin Town Hall [in Franklin, Vt.] to discuss the future of the Morses Line port of entry [on the US-Canadian border].

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DHS Questions NJ College on Uses of Federal Funds

Department of Homeland Security investigators have contacted New Jersey officials with questions about the fate of federal grant money awarded to Stevens Institute of Technology to help improve the nation's port security, ABC News has learned.

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The Port Protection Challenge

The old way of doing business at the nation’s ports is a thing of the past—now new technology and new ways of doing business promise new security.

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Updates to the 2008 grant programs

On Feb. 1, after the 2008 Grants Guide went to press, the Department of Homeland Security announced changes to several of the most relevant homeland security grant programs. This addendum documents these changes and provides the most current information available. Deadlines are subject to change, particularly for those programs that have not been formally announced… Keep Reading

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Thinking Inside the Box

Cargo containers are known to be a dangerous vulnerability in America's homeland security, but a variety of emerging technologies and products hold the promise of a new transparency—literally.

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The Hot Potato of HAZMAT

America's freight carriers on air, land and sea have tightened their security measures considerably — but as long as they carry hazardous materials, the challenges remain.

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