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Homeland Security wants private firm to give access to nationwide license plate information

The Canadian Press February 19, 2014 9:21pm Homeland Security wants private firm to give access to nationwide license plate information WASHINGTON – The Homeland Security Department is proposing that a private company give it access to a nationwide database of … Continue reading

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Border security CBP awards $145 million border towers contract to Elbit

Border security CBP awards $145 million border towers contract to Elbit Published 6 March 2014 DHS’s Customs and Border Protection(CBP) has awarded Elbit Systems of America, a subsidiary of Israeli based Elbit Systems, a $145 million contract for the Integrated … Continue reading

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Is Homeland Security Building a Mercenary Unit? DHS to Hire “Top Secret” Domestic Security Force

Is Homeland Security Building a Mercenary Unit? DHS to Hire “Top Secret” Domestic Security Force By Paul Joseph Watson Global Research, November 06, 2013 5 November 2013 The Department of Homeland Security is to spend $19 million dollars on a … Continue reading

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CACI Awarded a Prime Position on Department of Homeland Security Enterprise-wide Information Technology Contract

Oct. 30, 2013, 12:00 p.m. EDT CACI Awarded a Prime Position on Department of Homeland Security Enterprise-wide Information Technology Contract New EAGLE II Contract to Support Comprehensive IT Service Delivery   ARLINGTON, Va., Oct 30, 2013 (BUSINESS WIRE) — CACI … Continue reading

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Deputizing Homeland Security

Deputizing Homeland Security Michaels, Jon D. Texas Law Review 88.7 (Jun 2010): 1435-1473. Abstract (summary) In the wake of the attacks of Sep 11, 2001, private actors have come to occupy a remarkably prominent place in efforts to identify and … Continue reading

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The border protection-asylum industry

The border protection-asylum industry By Ben Bicakci 23.Aug.13 The current focus on border protection as a matter of security is a fairly recent development. As Tad Tietze discusses, even during the twentieth century there were periods in which large numbers … Continue reading

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Obama bans U.S. companies from competition

Obama bans U.S. companies from competition Project is to assess south-of-the-border social conditions Published: 1 day ago Steve Peacock Steve Peacock is a freelance writer and photographer whose work has appeared in the Tampa Tribune, WND, Drug Enforcement Report, Corrections … Continue reading

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ManTech Awarded Department of Homeland Security Cyber Security Contract to Provide Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Tools and Services

ManTech Awarded Department of Homeland Security Cyber Security Contract to Provide Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Tools and Services August 23, 2013 FAIRFAX, Va., Aug. 23, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded ManTech International … Continue reading

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5 Companies That Make Money By Keeping Americans Terrified of Terror Attacks

AlterNet             By Alex Kane         5 Companies That Make Money By Keeping Americans Terrified of Terror Attacks A massive industry profits off the government-induced fear of terrorism. August 16, 2013  Michael Hayden, the former director of the National Security Agency, … Continue reading

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Creating a Military-Industrial-Immigration Complex

Tomgram: Todd Miller, Surveillance Surge on the Border Posted by Todd Miller at 9:22am, July 11, 2013. I mean, come on.  You knew it had to happen, didn’t you?  In a 2010 Department of Homeland Security report, wrested from the … Continue reading

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