If FEMA were a stand-alone agency, then it could have access to the president, and its missions could be eleveated to cabinet-level.
Legislation that helps consolidate the Department of Homeland Security's bureaucracy would help in making it more effective.
The homeland security mission space does not have a chain-of-command that stretches from the president to the lowest levels of the deployed forces.
Could operational effectiveness and efficiency be enhanced in the Department of Homeland Security?
The outgoing ransomware attack serves as a reminder of the need for continued vigilance.
Neither absolute privacy nor absolute security should prevail.
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