Updates

Departments of Homeland Security and State Announce Improved Visa Processing for International Travelers

The Departments of State and Homeland Security have worked closely over the past two years to develop visa and port of entry policies and programs that not only maintain a high degree of security for America, but also facilitate travel to the United State

Homeland Security Launches Regional Technology Integration Initiative in Seattle

"This initiative helps communities strengthen their security posture by speeding the introduction and implementation of new technologies," said Dr. Charles McQueary, Homeland Security Under Secretary for Science and Technology.

RAE Systems Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-end 2004 Results

Fourth Quarter Revenue Increased 75% from the Fourth Quarter of 2003; Annual 2004 Revenue Increased 46% from 2003

SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY MICHAEL CHERTOFF ANNOUNCES MEMBERS OF SENIOR STAFF

John F. Wood as Chief of Staff and Brian R. Besanceney as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs

TESTIMONY BY DEPUTY SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY ADMIRAL JAMES LOY BEFORE THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE

discuss the threats against the United States homeland, as well as some of the capabilities we have developed, and must continue to develop, to confront these threats.

Bulldog Technologies Security Solution Plays Crucial Part in Successful New Jersey State Police Sting Operation

Mini BOSS Tracks Thieves Across State Line Right To and Within Warehouse Resulting in Arrests of Suspects

Emergency Response Guidebook Released by the Department of Transportation

The Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG2004) was developed jointly by the US Department of Transportation, Transport Canada, and the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation of Mexico (SCT) for use by firefighters, police, and other emergency servic

Baltimore/Washington International Airport Gets Explosives Trace Detection Portal

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) will be the eighth airport to receive a new explosives detection trace portal to screen passengers at the Pier D security checkpoint, starting

Fact Sheet: U.S. Department of Homeland Security FY 2006 Budget Request Includes Seven Percent Increase

President George W. Bush's FY 2006 budget request includes a total of $41.1 billion for the Department of Homeland Security.

TSA and Technology: Working Better Together for You

Through partnerships with industry, TSA has deployed the latest technology to detect weapons and explosives in a variety of transportation environments.