Critics: Senate ignores some DHS priorities

The Senate passed a $30.8 billion budget bill for the Homeland Security Department for fiscal 2006 last week that would increase spending on many information technology and technology-related programs.

But the Senate bill would cut or eliminate funds for cybersecurity, critical infrastructure protection and information sharing — responsibilities that DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, many former and current DHS officials and industry groups say are critical to improving the department. Full Story

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