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DHS

Department of Homeland Security.
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The report calls for more funding for disaster recovery within the DHS and recommends that the department focus more on disaster recovery planning.
Before examining the HSAR, it is helpful to understand the extent of DHS procurement activities.
Wyoming, with fewer than 500,000 residents, received DHS grants totaling $17.7 million in 2003.
The Wahl DHS 250 series Heat Spies are ideally suited for measuring surface temperatures of steam traps, asphalt, plastics, paper, ceramics, chemicals, pipes, vents, motor bearings, textiles, circuit panels, mold platens, and many other objects.
According to a (https://www.dhs.gov/news/2018/01/03/privacy-incident-involving-dhs-oig-case-management-system) statement on their website, "This privacy incident involved the release of personally identifiable information (PII) contained in the DHS OIG case management system and affects two groups of individuals.
Le Senegal a enregistre la plus forte hausse en termes d'importations des produits de l'artisanat de la wilaya de Fes en fevrier avec un volume de 1,238 million de dhs, suivi de la Grande Bretagne (251.273 dh) et des Etats-Unis (217.990 dh).
* During all World Series in the 1970s, the National League DHs outhit the American League DHs.281 (9-for-32) to.256 (10-for-39).
Also, neither DHS nor Secret Service had documented benchmarks to serve as an early warning system when monitoring obligations and expenditures for potential future funding shortfalls.
The promotional return fares start from Dhs 1,790 for economy and Dhs 8,990 for business flights to Frankfurt, Johannesburg and London (all fares exclude taxes and surcharges).
While millions of dollars have been lavished on major communities, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has spent much more, proportionately, on grants to smaller communities.
The heavy hand of Stephen Miller, White House senior adviser for policy, is now clearly evident in his continuing "purge" of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which saw three of its top executives fired on three successive days.