Homeland Security

DHS budget focuses on border protection, cybersecurity

“The Department of Homeland Security would get a $3.7 billion boost in fiscal 2016 to hire more border agents, fund anti-terrorism efforts and beef up its cyber security programs, under President Obama’s 2016 budget request.

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement the increase in funding would help the agency strengthen its current activities and programs while allowing it to adapt quickly to emerging threats.”

Source: DHS budget focuses on border protection, cybersecurity

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