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Johnson says first-time DHS reauthorization will require ‘heavy lifting’ for vote next year

December 07, 2017 |
Maggie Miller
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Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) said a vote on first-time reauthorization for the Department of Homeland Security will not happen until next year, as committees continue to work through jurisdictional issues related to the legislation, which includes a number of cybersecurity provisions.

“It will not move before the end of the year, and all I can say is we are working diligently, working with DHS, going through what the House has passed,” Johnson told Inside Cybersecurity Wednesday. “Other...

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