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Funding & Resources: Talking about 2011 – already

The president’s 2011 budget was released on Feb. 1, and although experience has shown that we still have a long way to go before we know precisely what has and has not been funded for 2011, and for how much, the budget request provides us with a unique opportunity to cut through some of the… Keep Reading

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Supply Chain Security: Strengthening the Links

When scientist Edward Lorenz first advanced the idea that tiny disruptions in a complex system could have huge reverberations, he used the now famous “butterfly effect” model, explaining how a butterfly flapping its wings could affect the ultimate path of a tornado. Lorenz never considered the global trade supply chain in his work, but had… Keep Reading

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Report Reveals Huge Air Cargo Security Hole

There is a gaping hole in aviation security, a hole so big about one billion pounds of cargo fly right through it every year -- cargo on passenger planes coming into this country that never gets inspected, reports CBS News investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian .

 

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Big-Ticket Buying

This will be a year of major purchases across the Department of Homeland Security. Keep Reading

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In Wake of Cargo Plot, US Weighs Options on Yemen

The Obama administration is having a series of high-level meetings on how to approach the situation in Yemen this week in the wake of a plot to send bombs from Yemen to the United States, senior US officials said.

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