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DHS Seeks Public Input to Address Homeland Security Challenges

The Department of Homeland Security seeks public comments on what homeland security challenges affect citizens and communities in the U.S.

DHS said Tuesday it aims to address border security, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, disaster preparedness and response, drug interdiction, immigration enforcement and trade enforcement challenges via the My DHS Idea campaign.

Interested participants can use the IdeaScale platform to post and vote for ideas on how to tackle DHS mission challenges that have an impact on communities.

DHS’ Office of Policy will contribute to discussions and moderate responses as well as incorporate selected ideas into an ongoing strategy review process.

The department currently evaluates its programs and priorities as part of the 2018 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review.

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