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Cyber Congress: Analysis

DHS tumult a presage to budget hearings, while lawmakers' cyber agendas slowly take shape

April 11, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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The stunning departure of senior leaders at the Department of Homeland Security this week scuttled the expected kickoff of the annual DHS budget review process, with the Senate appropriations panel scrapping its planned hearing today and lawmakers scattering for a two-week recess.

The House Homeland Security Committee has set May 1 for its review of the DHS fiscal 2020 spending plan, with newly installed acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan expected to testify. McAleenan took the reins of the troubled...


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